Businesses are finally getting around to upgrading the decade-plus-old XP operating system. This is boosting PC demand in the US and other mature markets, says Citi.
Robots for elderly care were part of a large variety of machines on display at the 2013 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo.
Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of America's national spying agency, and his civilian deputy, John "Chris" Inglis, are expected to resign from their positions in the coming months.
A new SEC filing notes that former Windows President Steven Sinofsky will be freed from his noncompete clauses after the end of calendar 2013.
One analyst calls the news "a large positive for the stock." Wall Street as a whole seems to agree, with the software company's shares jumping as much as 8 percent in early trading.
The 63-year-old CEO has been running the networking equipment giant since 1995 and now sees his retirement coming in the next two to four years.
Where once he might have held a press conference, now the basketball great calls it quits with a tweet and the clever use of new real-time social media tool Tout.
The "Star Wars" creator chooses longtime Hollywood producer Kathleen Kennedy to share leadership duties at his giant entertainment company.
Phil McKinney was responsible for managing long-term strategic planning, research and development for HP's PC product lines.
NASA managers are expected to stop work that was dependent on an extension of space shuttle flights beyond the current 2010 deadline.