Apple was first to hit the House of Representatives committee inquiry into IT pricing. What does Apple have to say about its price practices in Australia?
Apple has an affinity for AMD chip engineers. The latest hire has lots of experience with graphics chips, an area that Apple is focusing on now with its A series processors.
A group representing Google, Facebook, and others doing business in France is taking its case to court over regulations that require the companies to keep user data for a year.
The latest Wi-Fi SD card from Eye-Fi not only increases capacity, but uses a new architecture with a 802.11n radio that theoretically increases range and power usage characteristics.
3Leaf has developed hardware and software that melds multiple small servers into a single large SMP system.
The ECG necklace is able to monitor one's heart even in loud environments, and can transmit data wirelessly to a computer within 10 miles.
Bing's June bump won't be enough to take significant share from Google according to JP Morgan analysts. Of course analysts will say anything anyway. And apparently so will we. About Blu-ray. It's kind of a complaining podcast today. But we do find a sh
Attending Nvidia's annual analyst day is a good reminder of the significance of graphics processing units.
Video SLRs are rewriting the rules of the camera industry, and Chuck Westfall says Canon is learning from its early effort.
Globalfoundries is hiring a former Cypress Semiconductor executive to head up marketing.