The NBN will change education irrevocably, in the same way that the construction of railroads did so long ago.
Sharp reaches out-of-court settlement with Dell and two other companies, ending ongoing case over its thin-film-transistor business in North America and Europe.
Two more consumer-electronics firms pony up to get rights to Microsoft's patents covering devices running Chrome and Android.
While the U.S. and Canadian markets show stability, developing and emerging markets have shown the strongest growth.
Microsoft officials finally confirmed today that Windows 8 is on track to be released to manufacturing by the first week of August and to be available by late October.
Amazon could enter the smartphone market and do well. Consumers could stand to have a No. 3 mobile platform and the usual suspects just aren't up to challenging Android and Apple's iOS.
In the 2012 edition, Enterprise and Small Business Server are both going away. Four new versions of Windows Server remain with the new release, which could be released to manufacturing real soon now.
Apple has a remarkably meager store-to-customer ratio -- 216M citizens per store -- that could curb the technology giant's growth if it doesn't ramp up its mainland expansion.
Trend Micro warns that cyberattacks and malicious apps targeting Android smartphones are higher than previously expected.
Scientists at CERN say they've almost certainly located the elusive particle, which would confirm the standard model of physics. The evidence is "very strong, very solid."