At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the chipmaker shows what's in store for the future of computing.
Sigh. These patent trolls are an incestuous lot.
Facebook's chief operating officer says in a court filing that she was approached by a Google executive about agreeing to limit recruiting and hiring activities between the two companies but declined.
A federal appeals court rules that Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer was tried in the wrong state and overturns his conviction under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Napster co-founder John Fanning found a new calling with Jerk.com, but the FTC alleges the site dishonestly harvested photos and names from more than 73 million people.
A new Web site is taking lessons from the crowdfunding approach used by startups to let other companies collect money up front. The catch? Some of its clients don't need the money.
If wearable tech's going to succeed, it can't feel this disconnected. We need a clear voice in the madness, and it's likely to come from Apple and Google.
A new report from Pew suggests that communities on Twitter gather in very different ways around different things, from politics to brands, news to entertainment.
Researchers at Big Blue improved graphene-based radio receiver performance by attaching the fragile form of carbon material at the end of the chipmaking process.
Wolfram Research is giving away its Mathematica software for use on the diminutive, $25 Raspberry Pi computers -- and debuting a brand-new programming language.