Hewlett-Packard will lay off 34,000 employees as part of its years-long restructuring plan under CEO Meg Whitman, who has stated that this will be the last major downsizing at the company.
Sony is rumoured to be putting any gaming console rivalries aside and working with Microsoft on a Windows phone for mid-2014. The move would be a big boost for the OS.
A report has revealed that Google Play grew its share of revenue generated by online app distribution in 2013. Apple's App Store, meanwhile, lost a bit.
Single MPU placeholderThe European Space Agency (ESA) has successfully launched its Gaia spacecraft that aims to map and study 1 per cent of the Milky Way's estimated 100 billion stars.
The National Security Agency allegedly paid $10 million (£6.1 million) to the security software provider RSA to create a "back door" in its encryption products, according to a report.
It’s a sad day in Austin, Texas, as many-core server pioneer Calxeda has shut down its operations beyond servicing existing clients.
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Early next year, Pebble will launch an online store for apps built for its smartwatches. The store will be a "a one-stop shop for searching, browsing, and installing Pebble watchfaces and apps."
LG will lift the curtain on its first UltraHD curved TV at the CES in early January and is billing its new 105in, top-of-the-line television display as "officially the largest curved TV ever made."
Rumours abound that Internet giant Google is considering designing its own ARM-based processors for the servers that run the company's massive data centre operations.
Qualcomm will take a wait-and-see approach before turning to Intel's expanding foundry operation to manufacture its chips, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said on Wednesday.
Microsoft's follow-up to Windows 8, the operating system revamp code named Threshold, could reintroduce the Start menu ditched in the original Windows 8 release.
Snapchat has asked a federal court for a temporary gag order against ousted founder Reggie Brown, who claims he came up with the idea for the "disappearing messages" app.
Qualcomm this week said that it will begin shipping a new Snapdragon chipset with 4G LTE capabilities for lower-priced smartphones next year.
Hewlett-Packard this week released a trio of Android tablets powered by Nvidia Tegra processors for the Christmas shopping season, including a 7, 8 and 10-inch tablet.
Consumers spent more than $1.7 billion (£1.04 billion) online during the biggest-ever Cyber Monday, which was also the "heaviest online spending in history," according to comScore.
A teardown of the Xbox One by IHS has revealed that, like the PS4, Microsoft's next-gen console is being built at a loss. It means that money will have to be clawed back through game sales.
A Hong Kong-based labour rights organisation this week issued a new report alleging worker abuse at iDevice cover glass supplier Biel Crystal.
Microsoft's Xbox One sold more than a million consoles in its first 24 hours of availability, it has been revealed. The number is only set to multiply over the coming weeks.
Qualcomm on Wednesday introduced a new embedded processor line through its Atheros subsidiary to transform networking devices like home gateways and routers into "smarthome" platforms.
The US Department of Energy has awarded AMD a research grant to develop extreme-scale computers capable of solving problems in climate science, medical research, alternative energy and industry.
Sony sold various editions of the PlayStation 3 at a loss but may already be close to the break-even point with its new PlayStation 4 game console. But how did the electronics giant achieve it?
The Top500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers has revealed that Europe's fastest supercomputer, the Swiss-based Piz Daint is also the most energy efficient globally.
Pebble smartwatches have become that little bit smarter, thanks to a second version of Pebble's Software Development Kit (SDK) allowing Pebble app creation on both Android and iOS systems.