Several teams of scientists, including IBM Research, have announced a collaboration to develop an affordable solar array capable of concentrating the captured energy by 2000.
Will a company like Google, which has called the shots for most of its (relatively) young history, need to redefine its relationship with the biggest Android maker of them all?
The man brought in to fix the auction site's network nearly 14 years ago has become one of the most respected voices in Silicon Valley. He has just written a book about taking control of your future.
The two companies are in discovery and making claims and counterclaims about the validity of each other's patents.
White House announcement before congressional vote on STEM Jobs Act puts president in opposition to many of the Silicon Valley firms and executives who bankrolled his re-election campaign.
NetApp's patent suit against Sun Microsystems could pose a challenging hurdle for Sun in its reported merger talks with IBM, reports American Lawyer's AM Law.com site.
It's been one year since Steve Jobs died and Apple is as strong as ever. Does CEO Tim Cook need another "holy cow" product to keep his company rolling?
Nathan Myhrvold and other executives at the controversial company say critics simply don't understand what they're doing. CNET went behind the scenes to understand what 40,000 patents and an unapologetic plan to make money from them really means.
Oracle could have innovated with Java instead of litigated, says CareZone co-founder and Sun's former CEO. Also: Why Amazon won at cloud computing, "Intel Inside" was a blip, and the Mac is back.
Big Blue is hitting earnings targets with solid expense management, but currency fluctuations are hampering revenue growth.