AMD’s new R300 series is now available for OEMs.
The classic 1990s point-and-click game Myst gets a new lease on life as a TV show.
Nvidia’s most recent quarter was solid and non-eventful for the company, with all of its divisions posting solid revenue.
Qualcomm loses another competitor as Nvidia calls the LTE modem market quits.
AMD held its analyst day Thursday, where Lisa Su proposed several new initiatives to bring the company back to profitability.
Google’s latest Android release only has a 9% market share 7 months after release.
New 18-core Xeon chips ready for crunching big data.
Microsoft says it would make up the revenue lost from Windows licences with revenue from Bing.
Microsoft is getting rid of Patch Tuesday and will instead continuously rollout updates in the background on Windows 10.
The goal is to keep people on Facebook as long as possible.
Qihoo caught swapping antivirus engines between consumer and benchmark versions.
Twitter’s stock tumbled Thursday because a little-known startup tweeted its results early. Who is behind this startup and how did it get the information?
Microsoft unveils more details on its new browser at its BUILD conference.
Microsoft to release SDK to allow developers to port their apps.
This shows how the Great Firewall can we weaponized.
You’ll need to stick with the face Apple gives you.
A massive write off is coming.
The iPhone shows no sign of slowing down as sales beat analyst expectations.
Xiaomi has taken the market by storm and forced the hand of major phone manufacturers. But it won’t become a global force anytime soon.
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