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Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group said it was still negotiating a deal for greater cooperation with Sharp, despite the Japanese display maker securing a $110 million investment to supply LCD panels to rival Samsung Electronics.
Windows RT, Microsoft’s first tablet-focused operating system, is not proving popular in Europe.
'The screen really is that nice,' says the father of Linux.
Seagate has tasted the need for high-performance speed and now plans to discontinue 7200-rpm laptop hard drives in favor of faster hybrid and solid state drives.
Western Digital's HGST Labs announced a breakthrough in the ability to double HDD capacity through two innovative nantechnologies—self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting.
An investor advisor group is asking shareholders of Hewlett-Packard not to re-elect two long-standing board members and to oppose the ratification of the company's audit firm in connection with the continuing controversy over the company's purchase of Autonomy.
Microsoft needs to make up its mind whether it wants to stay a software company or if it's really serious about being a hardware power as well.
Here's a new way for midsize and large businesses to unload or buy used servers, PCs, components and more.
The latest tech giant expected to open its own stores is Google. The idea of a Google retail chain, first reported by 9-to-5 Google, isn’t so far-fetched even though Google has so far focused on direct sales to consumers through its online Google Play store.
Google's Chromebook Pixel is a stunning piece of hardware, but it's running a simplistic operating system that doesn't need hardcore performance. So why does this device even exist? The laptop's slogan provides the answer.
Hewlett-Packard reported a drop in profit for the last quarter as printer and PC sales both declined, but said cost-cutting measures the company announced last year are starting to pay off.
Now with a full HD display, this developer-focused machine will soon roll out in Europe as well.
Canon's new virtual reality eyewear is powered by a PC and beefier than Google Glass—but at 83 times the cost.
For as little as $300 (not including an iPad), you can set up a complete brick-and-mortar cash-register system.
Oracle is moving 130 manufacturing jobs from Mexico to Oregon in the U.S., a company spokeswoman said.