Surface is just a clever maneuver to pitch Windows 8 and Microsoft has no real intentions of selling its own tablet, says Acer's founder Stan Shih.
Nvidia's approach to support or not support driver development for Linux has been questioned for some time. So, Linus Torvalds' recent attack on Nvidia was not exactly surprising. Nvidia's answer is not surprising either.
SanDisk announced a thorough refresh cycle for its USB flash drives, with one model boasting up to 128 GB capacity.
Researchers at Harvard University claim to have invented a unique coating for materials that can entirely prevent ice formation on metal surfaces.
Europe's economic troubles are expected to result in much slower growth for the global software industry this year.
Survey results released by Strategy Analytics indicate that the pace at which businesses are adopting cloud solutions is picking up.
Smartphone interface are lifting our expectations of convenient touch user input not just on phones and tablets, but possibly on larger types on computing devices as well.
The cost of DRAM in smartphones is declining which means phone makers are spending less money on memory.
Given the transitional state of console gaming, the success of the Xbox 360/Kinect, and Nintendo's experiments with a new controller type, Sony will need something big for the PS4.
Who would have thought? This piece originally slipped by under our radar, but it is a noteworthy piece of information, especially since we now know at least one specific ARM chip that Intel is manufacturing ARM cores in its fabs.
Taiwanese peripheral maker Sunix has unveiled what it calls the "ultimate" Thunderbolt docking station.
AMD's Trinity desktop CPUs, originally scheduled with a June introduction date, are now expected to arrive no earlier than October.