IBM researchershave created of a low-power device that can transfer information between chips at high speeds using light instead of electrical signals.
North Korea has reportedly developed its own version of the Linux operating with a graphical user interface that resembles Microsoft Windows.
AMD extended its Fusion partner program to resellers that target corporate customers
Intel is using cash incentives to lure mobile software developers to its AppUp Center application store.
A group of 16 Utah towns that operate a fiber-optic network want to host Google's planned 1G bps Internet service.
Amazon.com released a version of its Kindle application for BlackBerry users on Thursday.
Veoh Networks is bankrupt and its assets will be sold off to repay creditors, the company's top executive announced Friday.
Intel will show off several applications designed for netbooks and mobile devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
Micron Technology agreed to acquire flash memory maker Numonyx for US$1.27 billion.
Just one week after Google posted an advertisement for a phone support program manager, the company is offering live telephone support for Nexus One customers.
Microsoft defended itself against an opinion piece written by a former vice president, who argued the software company has lost its edge.
Microsoft warned on Wednesday that a flaw in its Internet Explorer browser gives attackers access to files stored on a PC.
Fusion Garage said the JooJoo tablet is now in full production, thanks to backing from Malaysia's CSL Group.
The FTC released its decision not to grant an Intel request to disqualify FTC Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch from the antitrust case against the company.