Research In Motion (RIM) and Nokia Corporation have officially ended their patent dispute and have announced a settlement deal that includes RIM obtaining the rights to Nokia's WLAN patented technologies.
Dell has recently acquired Credant Technologies as part of their expansion plan of moving beyond the hardware business and more into services and management.
The new HTC 5-incher is set to hopefully bring them back into the game with smartphones. They have had it rough over the last year or so and revenues have declined pretty severely. Not too long ago the leaked images of the supposed "M7" surfaced, which suggests that HTC is pushing harder than ever before
There is overwhelming support for changes to laws to protect children online in the US, according to a study conducted by Princeton Research Associates International, in conjunction with the Center for Digital Democracy and Common Sense Media.
A recent appeals court opinion is that the FCC does have the authority to make mobile carriers to enter into data roaming agreements.
The largest social network in the world has made some improvements to it's quite popular Facebook Messenger app. There are some people that don't want a Facebook profile but still want to connect with friends that do. With the new Messenger app you will be allowed to use the app with simply your name and
Cisco Systems Inc. is offering over 1 billion dollars and other special incentives to acquire a privately owned cloud networking company called Meraki Inc.
TV lovers might want to hold off on buying that new Galaxy Tab 2 or Kindle Fire. NEC has announced a round of improvements to their super thin Lifetouch L tablet that should make it very attractive to those mainly looking to use their tablets for TV and movies.
Apple has unveiled the iPhone 5 at an event in San Francisco, showcasing a number of improvements and additions, but largely failing to offer any surprises.
Recently, there were a lot of rumors that AMD reorganized its roadmap and that some late 2012 and regular 2013 parts were cancelled. Before going any forward, we can now say that some of those rumors are true.
Earlier today, Apple Inc. announced results for the fiscal third quarter 2012, i.e. second calendar quarter and immediately disappointed the market with a record drop in sales of its popular iPhone smartphone, and a decline in sales of iPods. iPads broke records, while Macs remained stale.
Behind the scenes, Intel is trying to raise uncertainty around its competitors in the mobile field which have as crushing share as Intel has on the PC market. However, with continuous delays of their next-gen hardware, one must ask is "Intel's manufacturing advantage" really all that?
During the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, Qatar Airways demonstrated its latest airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. However, for a technology site like VR-Zone we encountered something more interesting – the airplane entertainment system is powered by… Google Android.
On Saturday the ongoing legal battle over patents between technology giants Apple v Samsung & Google took another step forward as California District Court Judge Lucy Koh refused all of Samsung's pre-trial summary judgement motions against Apple's smart phone patents.
Dell is expanding its XPS laptop range with the XPS 14 and XPS 15, providing portability, long battery life, and high performance in new screen sizes.
Smartphone, tablet and laptop users are at risk of ill health and poor posture, according to a report by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst expressed his belief in a report issued today that Apple will release a thinner, Retina-equipped Mac notebook next week. Kuo is also of the opinion that Apple will discontinue its line of 17-inch MacBook Pro's.
MSI put to rest the looming question of whether it has Ultrabooks planned, by unveiling one of the industry's first implementations of Intel's "Letexo" sliding-Ultrabook form-factor, which was first shown to the world at IDF Beijing. MSI's Slider S20 is a Wintel at heart, combining 22 nm "Ivy Bridge" processor with Windows 8.
A new report on heavy data users shows that iPhone owners account for a vast majority of the heaviest data users, but the data is unclear as to why that is.
Unconfirmed details have come about pertaining to a supposed GTX-680M mobile graphics solution from NVIDIA launching at next month's Computex 2012 event in Taipei.