Kim Dotcom has revealed another piece of information about the upcoming files haring service Mega, which is scheduled to launch on January 19.
Dell is reportedly interested in accepting a management buyout offer at a price of $13 to $14 per share, which would put the purchase price of the company into a range of $22 to $25 billion.
Oracle may have patched a critical flaw in Java over the weekend, but security experts do not believe that Oracle has done enough to alleviate all concerns.
AMD was granted a temporary restraining order against four former employees on allegations of trade secret misappropriation and trade secret transfer as well as "strategic employee solicitation". All four individuals are now employed by Nvidia.
Samsung has given its Chromebox computer a significant upgrade. Instead of being powered by a Celeron B840 processor, the updated version now runs with a Core i5-2450M chip.
General Motors has unveiled the production version of the Cadillac ELR, which is based on the platform of the Chevrolet Cruze and Chevrolet Volt, but comes in a more luxurious, sexier and presumably much more expensive package.
Intel informed its partners that it will be discontinuing seven mobile Core processors, in addition to five Celeron chips.
Security software firm Kaspersky has unveiled detailed about a stealth virus that has been deployed at least since May 2007 and served as espionage tool.
Dell has seen its share price jump by more than 20 percent on speculation that the company may be in negotiations to be bought out by a private equity firm.
NASA scientist ruled out the possibility that the asteroid Apophis will strike Earth in a flyby in 2036.
British Telecom is known to be aggressively enforcing its patent base. It appears that the company's lawyers may have found an old patent that, if validated, could mean trouble for cell phone makers and cellular network carriers.
HP valued the services of its chief executive officer Meg Whitman at a total of $15,362,142, according to a filing with the SEC.
GlobalFoundries said it will be expanding its Fab 8 manufacturing campus Malta, New York with a $2 billion R&D fab.
It seems more and more unlikely that Sony and Microsoft will be venturing into the territory of outlandishly expensive hardware for their next generation game consoles.
The European Parliament published a new study prepared by the Centre D'Etudes Sur Les Conflits and the Centre for European Policy Studies that raises concerns of cloud data surveillance.
Blake Krikorian, one of the co-founders of Sling Media, will be joining Microsoft as corporate vice president for its Interactive Entertainment Business (IEB).
New research coming out of Boston's Northeastern University suggests that the strategies of the music and music industry that target the blocking of websites that host copyrighted material is not an effective anti-piracy measure.