CEO John Chen's efforts are having a positive effect: the ailing BlackBerry reports better than expected revenue and earnings for its fiscal first quarter.
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Developers are variously enthusiastic and skeptical about the benefits of 64-bit mobile programming, but plenty expect gains from other features in the Apple A7 chip that will arrive in flagship iPhones on Friday.
The company's financial picture looks bad, but at least it exceeded Wall Street's lowered expectations.
Cloud computing, youth culture, and personal gadgets in the workplace are some of the trends noted in a report from electronics-maker Ericsson's ConsumerLab.
Adobe's updated raw-image format now handles stitched panoramas and HDR photos, part of a plan to attract more photographers and allies. Adobe hopes to see the features used -- but isn't promising anything.
A small mobile publishing company called BlueToad says the Apple UDIDs leaked last week came from an illegal intrusion into its network last week, an admission that contradicts AntiSec's claims about the FBI.
The U.S. State Department disses the iPad and Nook in favor of the Kindle Touch -- offering the e-reader-maker a multi-million dollar no-bid contract to ship the device overseas.
Apple secures a patent for the wedge profile sported by the MacBook Air.