The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is being pressured for a decision on whether or not a new porn domain, .xxx, will be approved for adult websites.
Ouch. Acer didn't speak too fondly of AMD's XGP technology.
Nvidia chief scientist says that everyone needs to rethink processors in order for Moore's Law to continue.
Intel plans to change the face smartphone and tablet computing.
Apple may face an antitrust probe because of changes to its iPhone SDK policy, which now stipulates that developers cannot use outside software to develop iPhone or iPad applications and. As a result, devs...
IT admins reduce the need for hardware by installing this card in a data center and allowing workers to use the GPU across the network.
This diskless NAS is datacenter and cloud-ready.
Despite the fact that the last week has seen two Windows 7 tablets scrapped, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says the company is still working on a tablet project. In fact, Bill says the folks at Redmond are...
Google looking for a UI maker to bump itself to the top?
Adobe says that it is totally over Apple and is ready to move on.
First the Courier, now the HP Slate.
Palm has been saved--for now, that is.
Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz raised eyebrows earlier this week when she said Google needs to make itself known for something other than search.
Carol Bartz last year left her position as CEO of Autodesk to join Yahoo! and it looks like it was a very lucrative move.
New SSDs geared for high-end gaming, medical imaging, and more.
Hands up who saw this one coming?
Steve Jobs spends 1,700 words bashing Flash for mobile devices. Adobe's CEO isn't pleased.
ARM CEO Warren East said that ARM-based servers should appear in 2011.
ATI's professional line gets filled out.
Having covered Linux installation, running Windows XP in Ubuntu, Internet applications, and a handful of open source communications titles, Adam Overa is back with a comprehensive look at office apps for...
Well so much for Palm surviving as an independent company; HP has swooped in a snapped up the smartphone company for a cool $1.2 billion.
Apple buys some semiconductor talent.
Microsoft today showed off a little sneak peek of the next version of Windows Home Server.
Swiss police have arrested a group of people said to have had plans to blow up a state of the art IBM nanotechnology research facility near Rueschlikon.
It's faster than competitor products in the same price range.
HP's new theme for its Integrity line of servers is blade-based.