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Google has prevailed in a court case filed against it by U.K.-based online mapping company Streetmap alleging anticompetitive behavior.
Browser company Opera Software has received an acquisition offer for about US$1.2 billion from a Chinese consortium consisting of Internet companies Beijing Kunlun Tech and Qihoo 360 Software.
To keep up with the demands of a connected world, future Intel chips may focus on energy efficiency over absolute computing power.
An earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale struck close to a major chip manufacturing hub in Tainan, Taiwan on Saturday morning local time. Some damage was reported to TSMC, a major chip manufacturer.
MIT's Dennis Whyte talks about the efforts to build a prototype fusion reactor.
MIT has been developing a small fusion reactor prototype, three of which could power the City of Boston if they were fully built.
Two and a half years after Evernote announced that it would offer a suite of branded products through its own online retail store, the productivity company is walking away from the business of selling products like socks, messenger bags and wallets.
Starting meetings faster and more efficiently could contribute to cost savings and productivity gains, as Intel highlighted in its annual IT performance report on Monday.
The first node of the European Data Relay System is in orbit, promising much faster relay of important scientific data
High above the New Mexico desert, Google is experimenting with new wireless broadband tech that could one day replace LTE.
The United States may direct billions of dollars funding towards teaching America's youth computer science, if President Obama has his way.
Legendary CPU architect Jim Keller is heading up Tesla's Autopilot group.
Over 50 years ago, Xerox introduced photocopiers based on a dry process called xerography that largely did away with the requirement of carbon copies of documents. So popular was the concept and the technology that in many markets users didn't ask for a photocopy but a 'xerox' of a document.
Microsoft is betting on reinventing itself as a cloud company, and the financial results it released Thursday show that its push is paying off despite an overall decline in revenue.
Astronauts on the International Space Station remember the loss of seven colleagues on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster 30 years ago on Jan. 28, 1986.
They said it couldn't be done, but this week Google's AI technology proved them wrong by mastering the ancient Chinese game of Go roughly a decade earlier than anyone expected.
Oracle has raised questions whether a version of Android running OpenJDK code will at all get an open-source license.
Apple sold 74.8 million iPhones in the last three months of 2015 -- a record, but it’s the slowest iPhone growth yet, so what’s going on?
If you run software for a business, take note: Vendors are watching you closely.
Apple sold roughly as many iPhones during the last quarter of 2015 as it did during the same period in 2014, signaling a possible end to continual gains for the phone and a potential shift in Apple’s business and the smartphone market at large.
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