It's only a month into the New Year, but Mason Wilde and his young friend Matthew have already set the bar for inspirational use of technology about as high as it can go for 2014.
Dell's long-promised, cloud-tapping, enterprise-computing-environment-on-a-stick is finally here, the company has announced.
AMD this week offered up some more details about forthcoming 64-bit ARM-based server processors codenamed Seattle, which the company said it will be sampling to partners this quarter.
The National Security Agency and British intelligence teamed up to collect and store user data generated by "dozens of smartphone apps," including popular games like Angry Birds, says new report.
More than half of the global semiconductor industry's publicly listed companies "face the risk of possible financial distress" in 2014, and many could be acquired or go out of business, says study.
Excited by AMD's Opteron 6300 Series of server chips? Then you'll be glad to hear that there's now a 12-core and 16-core version available.
AMD this week said it will be sampling 64-bit ARM System-on-a-Chip (SoC) products to customers this quarter and is "on track to launch one of the industry's first 64 -bit ARM server SoCs in 2014."
Some of the devices Intel wowed CES attendees with didn’t have “Intel inside,” but apparently ARM-based chips. We look further into the issue.
Through embedding smart chips in contact lenses, Google could help those with diabetes avoid the painful finger pricking they endure daily to measure their glucose levels.
Intel's full-year revenue and net income figures were down from 2012 but the chip giant saw an encouraging uptick in its year-over-year numbers in the final quarter of 2013.
Intel is set to announce a slew of new deals to stick its branding smack in the middle of cloud services provided by a dozen or more major players around the world, according to sources.
The United States and NASA can lead the way in sending human explorers to Mars by the 2030s, according to a report published by aerospace experts.
Sony has unveiled a pair of new Android smartphones, the smaller, music-focused Xperia E1 and the phablet-sized Xperia T2 Ultra with a 13-megapixel, "smart social" camera.
Researchers at Stanford and the University of Nebraska have developed the "world's fastest thin-film organic transistors," which could be used for cheap, powerful computer and TV displays.
Intel this week said it is developing security extensions for Intel-based mobile devices running Google's Android, aimed at both consumers and enterprise customers. A new direction for the company?
Apparently Redmond is rankled by Intel’s new “dual OS” concept. We explore the ins-and-outs of exactly why in this article.
After months as a rumoured front-runner for Microsoft's soon-to-be-open chief executive position, Ford CEO Alan Mulally has reportedly stated that he will not be taking the job.
Taking to the stage at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Toyota has announced that it plans to start selling electric vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells by 2015.
MakerBot has introduced three new 3D printers in its upcoming lineup of fifth-generation Replicator products, including one dubbed the Replicator Mini.
Pebble is kicking off 2014 and this year's CES with a new smartwatch called Pebble Steel, a grown-up version of the original, playful Pebble. We take a closer look at what it has going for it.
Acer is bringing a pair of low and even-lower-priced Android tablets to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: the 7.9in Iconia A1-830 and the 7in Iconia B1-720.
Samsung has unveiled a new 8-gigabit memory solution, available in 1GB chips for mobile devices and promising higher performance at a reduced energy cost.
Apple's new professional-grade workstation desktop, the Mac Pro, has been torn apart by the teardown team at iFix it. Surprisingly, it came out pretty well on the other side.