With a gag in place ahead of the Twitter IPO this week, Jack Dorsey chatted to reporters about his other company, Square, which specialise in mobile payment technologies.
European startup Bedscales has created a fitness-based technology that can measure and chart your weight whilst you sleep in your bed, even if there's someone else sharing it with you.
Largan Precision said said "almost all" of its customers "have adopted or will adopt above 10-megapixel lens modules for smartphones or tablets to be launched" next year.
Along with Qualcomm, Intel is now one of just two companies with a low-power, multimode, multiband 4G LTE modem capable of Voice-over LTE (VoLTE) available on the market.
The NSA site was reportedly down for around eight hours, with some Twitter accounts associated with Anonymous taking credit for a malicious takedown of the site via a DDoS attack.
A completely walled-off German Internet would mean Germans would be unable to access sites like Google and Facebook, which are hosted outside of the country.
Microsoft on Thursday reported record sales of $18.5 billion (£11.4 billion) for its fiscal first quarter, with net income jumping by a healthy 17 per cent from a year ago.
IBM on Thursday announced that it has licensed five ARM central processor and graphics processor designs to manufacture custom-built networking and communications chips for customers.
AMD on Thursday unveiled the star of its new Radeon R9 series of graphics cards, the Radeon R9 290X, a 6.2 billion-transistor burner for enthusiast and gaming rigs.
Dadi Perlmutter is set to leave Intel in 2014, after being passed over once again for the CEO slot. Will we see other high-level resignations in the coming weeks?
LinkedIn on Wednesday introduced a revamped mobile portfolio that includes an updated app for Apple's iPad, the coming integration of Pulse , and a brand-new email app called Intro.
Mark Hurd, the current co-president of Oracle and former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, told CNBC on Tuesday that he is "not planning" to leave his present job to take over from Steve Ballmer at Microsoft.
Nintendo has announced that it will phase out the Japanese production of its most successful console, the Ninetendo Wii. The Wii will still be sold in the United States, though.
Nvidia claim to have developed an installable monitor module that ends the problem of screen-tearing and stuttering, giving competitive gamers a significant advantage and "redefining gaming".
Apple has finally taken the "beta" tag off its voice recognition software, Siri, but a new survey has shown that Americans, at least, still don't trust the smooth-voiced personal assistant.
Intel is delaying the release of its first 14-nanometer processors until the first quarter of 2014 due to higher-than-expected silicon wafer defects in the manufacturing process.
Dubbed a Neural Processing Unit (NPU), these future chips will "not only mimic human-like perception but also have the ability to learn how biological brains do," the company said.
Chips based on the MIPS, or Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages, instruction set architecture (ISA) are for the most part used in embedded systems like routers and Windows CE devices.
AMD has released details on its new Radeon R9 270X and R9 280X graphic cards, as well as a trio of value propositions.
The massive theft of Adobe customer data and product source code has security experts concerned that the compromised data could be used to launch more criminal attacks on users of Adobe products.
The Quark SoC X1000 is based on Intel's 32-bit Pentium instruction set architecture but it's a lot smaller than the Xeon, Core, and Atom processors that populate the its three main product lines.
As Twitter embarks on its pre-IPO investor roadshow, you can imagine the micro-blogging site's inability to turn a profit thus far will be a major question.
The software firm also said "source code for numerous Adobe products" was stolen in a separate intrusion that could be related to the theft of customer information.
Samsung, Broadcom and Huawei have joined forces with other small firms to become the founding members of a new consortium aiming to promote better mobile device benchmarking resources.
Mulally has been at the helm of Ford for seven years and is considered a turnaround artist capable of guiding a slow-moving industry heavyweight through a transition period during difficult times.