It is rare the U.S. government would admit an hacking event as an effort of counter-terrorism.
The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has found that 57 percent of the world's PC users freely admit that they are stealing software. Well, sort of.
Seagate said that it has entered an agreement to purchase a majority share in consumer HDD storage vendor LaCie.
AMD is now offering its Piledriver core in its R-series of APUs targeting the embedded applications market.
Market research firm IHS predicts a fast increase in HDD storage densities and, as a result, a similarly strong increase in storage capacities.
Buffalo said it will soon begin sampling a new solid state disk drive that complements its standard NAND flash storage memory with MRAM that is used as cache memory.
A group of researchers has discovered a way to potentially use graphene for photo detectors in future products such as digital cameras or night vision goggles.
Intel may be reacting to criticism that its processors are simply too expensive to support the lower price tags of Ultrabooks.
Eric Demers, who lost his job as chief technology officer at AMD in February of this year, is joining Qualcomm.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have found a way to exploit the harmless kind of organisms that usually make you sick to charge your gadgets.
A report that Elpida may have scored a major DRAM deal with Apple that would negatively impact Samsung has apparently forced the Korean chip company to accelerate its DRAM roadmap.
Firefox is finally set to receive its new HomeTab on June 5. It is the first major new UI change since the release of Firefox 4 in early 2011.
Since attackers in a network cannot always be identified immediately and hacking methods tend to evolve faster than security features do, Microsoft proposes to trap intruders even in personal networks in honeypots.
Microsoft recently complained about distorted web statistics that put Chrome at an advantage over its own Internet Explorer.
Since TSMC is still not able to push out as many 28 nm chips as its customers are asking for, Qualcomm and its Snapdragon S4 application processor may be next to be affected by the shortage.
A study conducted by Georgia Tech scientists and Microsoft Research found that bandwidth caps are changing user behavior to a degree that may not be desirable.
LG is rumored to be preparing the production of unbreakable, flexible OLED displays in the near future.
Fractal Design today announced a new fan controller that enables enthusiasts to adjust the speed of case fans.