The Chinese government has decided that it will stick with using Windows XP as the operating system of choice, rather than upgrading to a newer platform. The decision, it says, its to avoid costs.
Rounded edges and a slightly curved screen are the order of the day, at least according to a source who talked to a Japanese blog.
The two most sluggish broadband areas are in Essex and Wales, with an average connection speed of 0.6Mbps according to Uswitch.com.
IBM is going for a major push with its new big data crunching Power8 technology, twinned with the muscle of the OpenPower Foundation.
The Bank of England is to test banking organisations’ vulnerabilities as part of a broader assessment of the reliability of their information security defences.
Zuckerberg has plenty to crow about with Facebook’s latest financial results, particularly the fact that mobile ads now account for the majority of advertising revenue.
Apple sold 43.7 million iPhones in the first quarter, a non-holiday and March quarter record. iPad, well, not so much - but Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic.
With the Galaxy S5 smartphone launch out of the way, Samsung is focusing on its new lineup of tablets, which will debut 1 May.
Defying analyst and industry expectations, Cupertino has recorded a strong second quarter with thriving iPhone sales.
Makers of memory chips spearheaded a resurgence in worldwide semiconductor revenue, which rose 5 per cent year-over-year in 2013, according to IHS.
The ongoing patent battle between Apple and Samsung has roped in another major player, Google, who has offered to pay some of Samsung's legal costs. But why?