Longtime exec in Austin's chip industry is heading west to take the reins at the California chipmaker.
The developer of Dragon voice recognition software wants to create home appliances that respond to voice commands -- even when they're off.
An Android tablet will launch in India at a subsidized price of $22. But even without the government subsidy, it's still cheap at about $60.
A new lawsuit sets its sights on mobile-phone makers for allegedly infringing five patents held by two different companies.
Gil Amelio, Ellen Hancock, and Steve Wozniak launched a blank check start-up in 2005. Less than three years after writing that check, investors see most of their equity disappear.
Semiconductor spin-offs are all the rage. Do you think they're good deals for everyone involved? Think again. Here's a look at 10 notable chip divestitures.
These 10 public technology companies were once important, even exciting. Now they're well on their way to obscurity.
IPOs are a huge event in a company's life, and definitely something to party about. That said, they're not the be all and end all that many expect them to be. Some turn into disasters.
Getting USB modems to work in Mac OS 9.1/9.2
High-tech branding needs some help, according to Steve Tobak. Just look at some of the spin-off and product names, and you'll see what he means.