Facebook has brought back F8 this year, and here we’re discussing what the main points of interest are likely to be – and what we won’t hear about, too.
Swiss mobile device maker SGP Technologies announced Monday that it will be using Nvidia's Tegra 4i chipset to handle application processing and the connectivity in its Blackphone handset.
Apple is reportedly planning to upgrade its current lineup of MacBook Air laptops on Tuesday with faster processors from Intel.
Makers of memory chips spearheaded a resurgence in worldwide semiconductor revenue, which rose 5 per cent year-over-year in 2013, according to IHS.
Apple on Tuesday launched beta testing for OS X 10.9.3, giving interested parties a chance to test drive the next update to the company's Mac operating system.
One paid subscriber of Microsoft's cloud storage and syncing service says he's been locked out of his account for 24 hours with no specific reason given.
There are a lot of things to like about the Amazon Fire TV, but repairability isn't one of them. The folks over at ifixit have performed a teardown, scoring the set top box just 6 out of 10.
Apple is reportedly in talks to acquire a chipmaking unit of Japan's Renesas Electronics to shore up its technological edge in designing smartphone displays for its iPhones.
Activists dressed in circus acrobat-style bodysuits danced and cavorted in front of a Google shuttle ahead of a city vote on letting the company use public bus stops for a fee.
Nvidia has lifted the curtain on a monster new GPU, dubbed the GeForce GTX Titan Z, a heavy metal graphics card capable of 8 TeraFLOPS of compute performance.
We took Sony’s virtual reality headset for a test drive, so read on for our first impressions – and thoughts on how it stacks up against the Oculus Rift DK2.
We got to spend some time with the Rift DevKit 2 at GDC this week, and the good news is that the device has made some significant strides forward.
Intel goes all-in on mobile, multi-user all-in-ones and tiny business-class PCs while promising new unlocked Core processors for the hardcore gaming crowd later this year.
Apple's new in-vehicle infotainment system runs iOS on the surface but underneath the interface, BlackBerry's QNX embedded software is really driving the car.
Apple's multi-year reign at the top of the consumer tablet heap ended in 2013 as slates running Google's Android operating system outsold iOS-based iPads for the year, according to Gartner.
At this week’s MWC, chip makers like Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek, Nvidia, and Broadcom showed off their mobile platforms for 2014 and beyond.
Intel on Monday introduced its next-generation LTE cellular modem and new Atom chipsets for mobile devices at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 in Barcelona.
Roughly a year after introducing its Ubuntu platform for smartphones, Canonical has inked deals with Meizu and BQ to finally ship the new product.
Google on Thursday unveiled Project Tango, a smartphone featuring the futuristic ability to create 3D maps of the surrounding environment. Will there be a use for it, or just another gimmick?
After endless trials and setbacks, Canonical said Wednesday that Spain-based bq and China-based Meizu have signed up to ship Ubuntu phones to customers in 2014. We take a closer look.
After debuting last year in Vancouver, Canada, Robocoin's bitcoin ATMs are set to go online this week in Austin, Texas with other locations in the United States, Canada, and Asia to follow.
An Xbox One update scheduled for Tuesday has been pushed out to later "this week," Microsoft said, while also revealing details about another big update due in March.
Researchers at Penn State have revealed that they have successfully inserted "nanomotors" inside live human cells, giving the team the ability to propel the cells with ultrasonic waves.