Don't-Miss Computers Stories
Since introducing its own Surface tablets Microsoft has been redefining the PC to include devices that haven't been considered PCs before, and it's taken that trend one step further.
Facebook revealed that it tried using potatoes in its servers to make them more environmentally friendly, as part of its green data center effort.
A Linux kernel developer described the problem posed by vampire mice at a LinuxCon North America presentation.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer talked candidly about what he and Microsoft need to achieve before he steps down next year. And a key, he said, is understanding the changing role of the PC.
The first computer to feature an embedded Leap Motion controller leads a raft of new product announcements from HP.
IBM will invest $1 billion to promote Linux development over the next five years as it tries to adapt Power mainframes and servers to handle cloud and big data applications in distributed computing environments.
Oracle's annual OpenWorld conference is less than a week away, and as usual the vendor is expected to make a slew of new product and strategy announcements.
Dell unveils desktop and mobile workstations that feature new chips, faster RAM, and a high-resolution laptop screen.
Prices of DRAM chips have continued to climb after a major Hynix FAB plant was damaged by fire last week.
Tablet shipments will surpass total PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2013, IDC predicts.
There was a lot of great new products on display at this year's Intel Developer Forum, including powerful new CPUs, power-sipping SoCs, and PCs in brand-new form factors.
Mobile will drive Intel's future—precisely what its competitors figured out years ago.
SK Hynix will increase DRAM production at its headquarters, the company said Friday, following a price spike in memory chips after a fire at a company factory in China.
Jack Kilby demonstrated the first integrated circuit to executives at Texas Instruments 55 years ago. Though crude, his small invention changed the face of electronics and made possible much of today's technology.
Dell can be more entrepreneurial as a private company, CEO and founder Michael Dell says.