Adobe's software now can handle raw images from the latest Nikon and Canon SLRs. A new version of Lightroom will get that support -- and likely a range of new editing abilities, too.
AT&T beats the Street, reporting slightly higher than expected revenue for the second quarter thanks to solid sales from wireless services.
This slightly mysterious, 12,000mAh power bank can charge phones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
Netbooks were just a transition device to the post-PC era. In retrospect, Apple's iPad was the meteor that forced Netbooks into extinction.
The Alienware M11X may be gone, but the 11-inch gaming laptop lives on.
ISPs and other network providers can use deep packet inspection to monitor all the data transmitted to and from your computer; encryption via a virtual private network keeps your data transfers private.
Net income grows 17 percent in the third quarter on a 12 percent gain in revenue, but company predicts a sluggish fourth quarter due to lower semiconductor prices and a rise in the value of the Korean won.
Music industry sources say Universal Music Group CEO Doug Morris is beginning to see rewards from requiring digital music services to pay per-play minimums.
Retail giant launches program that bundles a video download with purchase of the physical DVD.
Server and software maker says it beat targets, but laid off more workers than expected in the first quarter.