There has been quite some controversy about Cody Wilson's idea to simply download some files from the Internet, print them via a 3D printer and assemble them into a rifle.
AMD apparently received a safety net from Mubadala Development, which reportedly increased its share in the company to 19 percent, in exchange for a cash payment and an additional seat on the company's board.
Rumors that Intel could be dropping a lot of cash to get its hands on Sharp's display technology are picking up speed.
The Vertical Power VP-400 Runway Seeker does for planes what the car industry is trying to accomplish for cars: Take the pilot out of the equation and guide you safely to your destination without your interaction.
Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Oregon published some findings on their work with cloud browsers, which could become interesting services for anonymous web browsing.
AgigA Tech has found a partner to work to bring its non-volatile DRAMs to market: Micron said that it is co-developing the technology with Cypress Semiconductor's subsidiary.
Micron is still trying to make its way through a rather complex process to purchase bankrupt DRAM maker Elpida.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that one of its servers was hacked and the names of more than 100 people working for the IAEA were exposed.
Security software maker has released an analysis of a rootkit that recently showed up on the Full Disclosure mailing list.
Speculation about Neil Young's super-high-resolution music player has been making the rounds on the Internet for more than a year, but it seems that the musician is serious about the device and that it will be released sometime next year.
Nintendo promised significantly greater processing capability in the recently released Wii U than in the preceding Wii console.
3D printer maker Mcor Technologies said it has signed a deal with Staples to offer a 3D printing services to its customers.
Dell released a Linux version of its XPS 13 Ultrabook with preliminary ship dates in the second week in December, if ordered today.
Globalfoundries has appointed Rutger Wijburg to oversee the operation of its Fab 8 in Malta, New York.
AMD is at the beginning of a massive reorganization phase that will only leave about half of its entire business to traditional processors.
Google and Germany's government are clashing because of a proposed law that would prevent Google from publishing more than just a headline link to journalistic content.
Microsoft announced a rather astounding Black Friday sales result for its aging Xbox 360 game console.
Firefox just released the first beta of Firefox 18, which will be a milestone release for Mozilla as it introduces the IonMonkey JIT compiler.
Microsoft is launching an aggressive marketing campaign attacking Google's credibility in providing product search results.