A security researcher is urging users to disable their Java plugin immediately due to a newly discovered vulnerability and exploit that was spotted in the wild.
The number of known Haswell processor SKUs just climbed from 14 to 33, courtesy of a spec sheet posted on Arctic's website.
Seagate has released a preliminary result of its fiscal second quarter 2013, or the fourth calendar quarter of 2012.
Product pages for the HP SpectreXT TouchSmart and the Dell XPS 14 leaked a previously unknown low power processor that Intel is apparently preparing for launch in the second quarter.
AMD's Richland APUs, the successors of the current Trinity line, will not launch until early summer, but it appears that the company will continue its familiar sequence numbering system for the processors.
PC vendors who are concerned that the lack of DVD playback ability in Windows 8 could hurt their sales have a new opportunity to custom configure their PCs with such a feature.
It has taken us some time to learn that no PC, and now no smartphone and tablet, is complete without reasonable anti-malware equipment.
A series of requests for quotations (RFQ) issued by Apple to Taiwan-based supply chain makers is apparently raising some concern among Ultrabook makers and their opportunity to market thin notebooks.
Wi-Fi Internet access on airplanes could become more ubiquitous as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted rules to "promote deployment of Internet services onboard aircraft".
Remember Intel's entertainment platform Viiv from 2006? And Intel's follow-up idea to jump into the TV market with Google TV in 2011?
Linux creator Linus Torvalds went on a tirade in the Linux kernel mailing list targeting Red Hat's Mauro Carvalho Chehab, one of kernel maintainers who blamed an application for breakage in the Linux kernel 3.8 RC1.
Apple has filed a patent that makes wind turbine power more flexible and allows access to power even when a turbine is not actively generating power at a given time.
Have you ever wondered whether there was some possibility that the vision laid out in the Matrix movies could be real?
IBM just released its traditional 5 in 5 predictions - five innovations the company believes will be available within five years.