A San Francisco-based startup aims to bring computers to 3 billion consumers in emerging markets
SanDisk’s 128GB flash drive is only the size of a dime.
Intel says that it’s bringing USB-C compatibility to Thunderbolt.
Notice that Windows icon in your toolbar? That’s Microsoft telling you Windows 10 is almost here.
Asus starts another Computex by launching new wearables and tablets at the show in Taipei.
CES Asia wrapped up in Shanghai last week. Despite the fears of many, Computex is still Asia’s dominant technology trade show.
China’s video card vendor is rising to take on the world.
The GTX 980 Ti launches sometime next week, but here’s a closeup look at the card now.
Huawei hopes its OS will be one of the building blocks for the IoT revolution.
There will be a replacement for EZTV soon enough.
This might be the product being showcased in Taipei.
John Chen once again asks us not to give up on Blackberry.
Rumors say that Lenovo has made an offer, but what would there be to gain?
Turns out Windows 10 won’t be free for pirates after all.
Next year’s CES will be capped at 176,000.
Facebook as a publishing platform debuts on the iPhone today.
The Father of Moore’s Law gives it another decade.
The Elbrus-4C looks to lessen Russia’s technological dependence on the US.
Support for ancient protocols is being cut in the latest version of Internet Explorer.
Appeals Court kills lawsuit against FAA by flight attendants union.