Microsoft's cutoff of XP support prompted more organizations to upgrade to new computers, but PC shipments still dropped during the first quarter, say research firms IDC and Gartner.
The troubled Bitcoin exchange, which claims to have lost nearly $500 million in the crypto-currency to theft, wins a brief reprieve from a pair of US lawsuits.
A federal appeals court has granted a temporary stay until a three-judge panel can examine Apple's motion.
According to documents from the Port of San Francisco, the now-famous mystery structure is intended to be an exhibition space and draw people to the San Francisco bay waterfront.
The microphone used in HTC's new phone adopts components invented by Nokia, claims the Finnish phone maker.
Social media analytics service claims the microblogging site threatened to cut off access to its firehose of data.
The two companies will allow customers in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy to roam on each other's networks.
Developers can follow these steps to ensure in-app payments register.
Antitrust authorities allege that Apple failed to inform Italian customers about free two-year warranty as it pushes for-pay tech support contracts.
Similar to the Justice Department lawsuit, both sides are agreeing to delay the lawsuit until AT&T has a chance to go back and evaluate its options.