Code changes committed to open source BIOS replacement Coreboot suggest Google has started work on a Haswell-based Chromebook.
Here's what you need to know and the latest LMDE roll-up release, and where you need to pay attention.
BlackBerry is estimated to post losses for the foreseeable future, but analysts seem confident that the company and its latest devices can carve a niche in the consumer and enterprise markets.
Who said the lawmakers can't keep pace with technology?
The move to boost its indoor maps system could bring it on par with Google's maps, but what's more attractive are the potential business opportunities.
Rather than rely solely on in-house innovation, Asian companies are also turning to startups as an external R&D source to get first dibs to technologies to help further their business.
The full stack developer is a great resource for any company dealing with technology because when the developer is creating the web part of a product puzzle, he or she is doing it from both perspectives...
Apple's acquisition of Silicon Valley startup WiFiSlam has been confirmed.
The question-and-answer forum receives the most amount of traffic from India, with a lot coming from the country's startup ecosystem. What exactly do they want to find out?
With every other car manufacturer looking at the potential of greener hybrid models, Italian firm Ferrari doesn't plan on being left behind.
Government's technology department lists Web-based GMail and Yahoo accounts as e-mail correspondence, which a security player believes can expose the Indian government to a significant security vulnerability.
Matt Baxter Reynolds and Ken Hess debate the future prospects of Microsoft's approach to volume licensing.
The Japanese telco will field test mobile-network base stations installed with solar panels and rechargeable batteries from April, to mitigate impact from power cuts.
Jaxtr unveils a pre-paid SIM card which works on various phones ranging from Android, iPhone, Windows and BlackBerry and in over 200 countries.
The recent announcement of the summer demise for Google Reader, several developers have announced plans for native iOS and Mac RSS applications.
China may have some of the tallest buildings in the world, but are they structurally sound?
Shanghai Jiaotong University co-authored research papers on network security with a People's Liberation Army unit, accused of being involved in cyberwar against Western commercial targets.
As the NBN reaches certain parts of Australia, it will allow iiNet to move its legacy ADSL equipment to non-NBN areas to get the most out of it.
LTE provides consumers with a broadband-like mobile experience, and operators with increased network efficiency. So why isn’t it more widespread? Because there are still a few more speed bumps on the road.