Now that hole mobility has been addressed, we are starting to see the potential of diamond FETS in low-loss power conversion and high-speed communications.
Samsung's compensation package for its South Korean workforce balloons as tech giants scramble to retain top talent.
IHS has said that only 11.3 percent of a total of 5,994 companies have complied with the requirements of the U.S. Conflict Minerals Law so far.
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A hotel in the United Kingdom has ditched its Gideons International Bibles in favor of something a little bit more modern.
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.
Currently present in its line of desktop and laptop computers (but not the Mac Pro), could Apple be bringing Thunderbolt to its media players next?
Sony has introduced extended warranty options for PS3 and PSP owners. Costing up to $60, the new plans offer protection for users who have yet to exceed the one-year warranty that comes as standard with PS3 and PSP consoles.
Scientists from IBM have created a 3D map of the world that is so small, 1,000 of them could fit on a single grain of salt.
The current ranking: Lots of little green, lots of little red. And at least to Greenpeace, Apple cares least about the environment in this group of companies.