Apple revealed Thursday that older versions of its MacBook Air might have faulty flash storage drives, and has offered to replace them for free. But don't expect an extended warranty on your device.
On the eve of the big event, we’ve rounded up all the rumours which have been flying around concerning Apple’s new iPads for your speculative reading pleasure.
Huawei has denied spying in a recently-released white paper, and has moved to ease US security concerns after several companies were warned off doing business with the Chinese communications giant.
File-sharing service isoHunt will shut down as part of a $110 million (£68 million) copyright infringement deal reached with the Motion Picture Association of American.
A New York judge this week appointed attorney Michael R. Bromwich to serve as the external monitor who will make sure Apple is not engaging in anti-competitive behaviour when it comes to e-books.
In an effort to boost sales of its Lumia smartphones in the UK, Nokia has inked a deal to provide free access to Netflix on devices offered by Vodafone and Phones 4u in the region.
D-Link said it is "proactively working with the sources of these reports as well as continuing to review across the complete product line to ensure that the vulnerabilities discovered are addressed."
The glitch appeared to primarily affect those using Apple's Numbers, Pages, or Keynote apps, but others saw the BSOD while using FaceTime, Safari, the camera, and other apps.
Google has announced an update to its terms of service that outlines how it might use your content in advertisements across its network.
Facebook is updating its security settings so that users can no longer choose to have their profiles hidden from search functions. Users of the service will get a warning message soon.
LG has introduced the slimline version of its LG G Pro. Called the LG G Pro Lite, the phablet will target the mid-range market with average specs and a sizeable 5.5in screen.
Microsoft is reportedly developing its own technology for tracking across all Windows devices, the Xbox console, and the Bing search engine.
Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told attendees at a recent Gartner symposium that Microsoft's Office suite would eventually land on Apple's tablet. Could this be a game-changer?
All Things D says that the event will focus on new iPads, but attendees will likely get a glimpse at the new Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks, too.
The UN's International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has just released its annual report, which monitors Internet connectivity around the world.
The blockade dates back to February 2012, when a Manheim court - prompted by Motorola Mobility - granted a permanent injunction against Apple's iCloud push email notifications.
Windows Phone has reached a new high in the European market, breaking into double-digit market share and paving the way for a Nokia comeback.
A Chinese parts supplies has posted a video of what it claims to be the shell of the iPad 5, the newest addition to Apple's tablet family
Apple lost a landmark court case last week to protect its more than six million app developers from patent trolls. A Texas judge described the motion as "far outside the scope" of an instant action.
The two year partnership between Beats and HTC has ended after the headphone maker bought back HTC's 25 per cent stake in the company.
France's Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés will initiate "a formal procedure for imposing sanctions, according to the provisions laid down in the French data protection law."
Ad-related email scanning within Gmail is nothing new; it dates back to at least 2004, and has encountered a vast number of challenges along the way.
During a discussion at Harvard on 21 September, Gates was questioned about why the architects of the PC decided to go with Control+Alt+Delete. He said the decision was actually made by IBM.
Power BI (business intelligence) for Office 365, unveiled in July, is currently in preview, but lets businesses drill down for easy-to-consume information about their operations.