For Photokina, the Japanese lensmaker announces it's brought image stabilization to two lenses geared for full-frame SLRs. They'll work on Canon, Sony, and Nikon cameras.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says mobile usage and revenue are outpacing the desktop Web version of the microblog, and that he doesn't concern himself about an IPO.
Analysts aren't looking for a big gain. The networking giant is basically holding the fort, and amid economic concerns, another cut in the outlook can't be ruled out.
At the Linux Foundation Summit in San Francisco, executives are showing that Linux has just scratched the surface of new opportunities.
The ZTE Reef stands out for its water-resistant skin, but skip to Virgin's other smartphones if you care more about getting the latest features and top-of-the-line performance.
Meraki released a report: Mobile Internet sees a huge increase between 2008 and 2009 with the increased popularity of Apple, RIM and Nokia devices.
The Trendforum conference gathered European innovation, marketing, and R&D executives to explore emerging technologies, social trends, and innovative business models.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues losing browser market share, as Firefox makes gains. Will this injure Redmond's efforts to become relevant on the Web?
A UBS analyst issues a price cut for Internet companies Google, Yahoo, eBay, and ValueClick, citing a weakening economic outlook for a sector heavily dependent on advertising revenues.
The onset and growing need for these types of networks changes the data center networking market, says analyst Jon Oltsik.