Samsung pairs a high-end point-and-shoot camera with a powerful smartphone to spectacular results.
One of Microsoft’s shareholders has alleged the company misled the public to how bad the Surface and Windows RT were doing leading up to Microsoft’s...
Online mogul and privacy advocate Kim Dotcom to fill the market vacuum Lavabit left with new encrypted email service.
Blackberry is pondering a sale to a private equity firm, but Canada’s government may step in the way of a smooth transaction.
Inside Intel’s plan to speed up Thunderbolt adoption.
Nvidia says Shield is a sell-out success, now scrambling to make more units.
Tegra has been hard pressed for design wins in tablets, but Nvidia promises the SoC has a future with the Surface 2 and Nvidia Tab.
Revenue for Tegra unit down 71 percent year-over-year while the company’s overall revenue declined by 19 percent during the same period.
In response to VR-Zone’s story on Kaveri’s possible delay to 2014, AMD has confirmed that Kaveri will be available for purchase in 2014.
Hiring to begin in September for a new Taipei-based engineering team to drive new iPhone product development.
The International Trade Commission’s dismissal is reversed by appeals court, meaning that Apple and Google-Motorola will find themselves in court again.
A federal judge in Texas has called Bitcoin “a currency or form of money” and is thus subject to U.S laws.
In a strange and bizarre marketing play, Yahoo is set to launch its new logo on September 5 by changing its logo daily until then.
As the non-x86 front widens in the server wars, IBM looks to expand its POWER technology with the OpenPOWER consortium.
Slow sales has pushed General Motors to cut the price of its gas-electric hybrid.
LG’s Optimus G2 will come into the world in a peculiar way: it will be unveiled and launched on the same day.
While its competitors spend ample screen time comparing themselves to Apple in their commercials, Apple stands alone in new iPhone ad.
AnTuTu score for a device likely to be new Samsung phablet found in database, device’s score of 22,361 beats Galaxy S4’s 21,089.
The venue where Samsung launched the Galaxy Note II last year could be where we see Samsung’s iWatch competitor announced.
Intel’s Bay Trail-T is coming in September. It will have Intel’s new HD Graphics chip as well as support for DDR3L-RS and LPDDR3.