Court documents that included unsealed Apple documents shed some light on Apple's individual product profit margins that are typically not provided by any company.
Shih-Wei Sun, CEO of United Microelectronics (UMC), believes that there is an increasing opportunity for foundries in the area of advanced process technologies.
Probably not, but scientists at the University of Washington (UW) say that it can be fun playing a card game with hacking content, while bringing some educational value to the table as well.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has updated its Green Power Partnership ranking of the 50 organizations that buy the most green power.
A dual-heatsink design offered by Silentmaxx promises to cool CPUs with a power consumption of up to 100 watts - without the need of fans.
Super Talent has begun offering reduced voltage DDR3 memory modules for iMac and Macbook Pro systems.
Following a June announcement that some of its G-series notebooks are available with Nvidia's GTX 675M graphics, MSI has now added the GTX 680M in two new flagship models.
Fusion-io and Princeton University recently announced a partnership in which the company would enable customers to use Flash memory as an extension of DRAM.
Researchers at Columbia University said they have developed a hybrid graphene-silicon/photonic chip that enables ultra low-power optical information processing.
Researchers at Harvard University say that 80 lines of code are enough to make sure that browser can run native machine code without be exposed to hacker attacks.
It is no secret that AMD's board of directors and new executive ranks have plans to change the company into something very different that what the company once was. However, the pace at which former key staff is departing is rather surprising.
Amazon may be releasing a new Kindle Fire 2 this fall, but the better deal could be the original Kindle, if we believe the folks over at DealNews.