Following Apple's and Samsung heavy investments in touchscreens to secure supply for smartphones and tablets, Intel decided it was time to help its partners as well.
Researchers at Griffith University have shot an amazing picture - the first of its kind: The shadow of a single atom.
There has been quite a bit of controversy surrounding Diablo 3 and users, who are running the game on not officially supported operating systems, getting banned.
A team of researchers claims to have found a way to make electronic devices far more stretchable than they are today.
Samsung Display announced that it has begun operation under a new structure that combines the former Samsung Mobile Display and S-LCD corporations.
DRAM has been the poster child of rapidly fluctuating market prices for decades. DRAM vendors could get insanely rich one month and fall near bankruptcy the next. Not so right now.
Microsoft has filed a patent that is extending the use of a hibernation mode of a Windows PC to enable faster startup times.
As striking as Microsoft's Surface has been at its presentation, it did not take much time for analysts to doubt Microsoft's motivation and opportunity.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories claim to have developed, by today's standards, an insanely efficient CPU cooler fan.
Futuremark has released a video of the next version of its benchmarking utility due out later this year.
Intel is reportedly preparing a more aggressive push for its smartphone processor architecture, as demand apparently has been rather limited at this time and vendors apparently believe that the company isn't able to compete with ARM at this time.
Asustek's Taichi hybrid notebook/tablet may not retain its unique status for very long when it is expected to hit the market later this year. Lenovo is reportedly planning with a similar dual-screen device as well.
Some PC makers are delaying their promises to reduce or eliminate the use of environmentally problematic materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and brominated flame retardants (BFRs) in their computers.
As Intel is moving to Ivy Bridge, the company is making some room and phasing out Sandy Bridge chips.
ARM announced a new version of its Mali GPU architecture. The new 450 MP model is positioned above the existing 400 MP product and promises twice the performance of that chip.