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AT&T plans to acquire NextWave Wireless, a holder of spectrum that could be used for mobile data services, for about $600 million.
Will big-ticket apps be ready for the two different Surface models when they launch? Which version looks to be the better deal? And will Microsoft's radical gambit in producing its own tablet hardware succeed?
Our intrepid computer historian uses the Commodore 64 to tweet, visit websites, and do other PC tasks invented long after the famous gaming computer launched three decades ago.
Apple will ask a federal court to sanction Samsung for releasing documents that were not allowed as evidence in the companies' dueling patent lawsuits.
A California court on Wednesday ordered Oracle to continue porting its software to the Intel Itanium chips used by Hewlett-Packard in a number of its servers.
The first swallowable microchip is here to keep track of your well-being.
Police in Oakland, California, have spent about $1.8 million in recent years on software and other crime-fighting technologies that they either never used or drastically underutilized.
More than 1 million people registered with the new Outlook.com email service on opening day, Microsoft said.
Samsung's phone can continue to be sold in the United States while the case winds through the court system.
Microsoft completes its boldest, but riskiest version of Windows, and releases it to PC builders.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission wants to enlarge the list of entities that must get parental permission when they collect and use personal information on websites targeted at children.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Tiny comes in a tiny package and sips energy with great restraint, but suffers from an unresolved identity crisis.
Redmond's upcoming Surface hardware feels stylish, fresh, and exciting. Apple's iPad finally gets some real competition.
Apple and Samsung Electronics Tuesday hurled strong statements at each other in the opening rounds of their Silicon Valley patent trial.