The 'Windows camp' needs to give consumers a reason to purchase real PCs again, according to Acer.
Is a $19.9m severance package justifiable for American Airlines to give its CEO while its parent is in the throes of bankruptcy?
The smartphone maker is considering pulling out of the stock market and going private in a bid to fix its problems. It could be just what the company needs to secure further investment for its BlackBerry 10 platform. Or, it could pave the way to a split-up and sell-off.
Nvidia is bracing itself for a 40 percent fall in Tegra revenue, and the company is pointing the finger of blame at Microsoft's Windows RT.
The colorful glass facades of a cathedral in Saskatchewan are embedded with solar cells. The windows are hooked up to the local power grid... just in case there's any juice left.
The new Asus Nexus 7 tablet will be available in the UK later in August priced from £199.
Nervous IT pros might be tempted to deploy a little-known Windows 10 edition to simplify administration tasks. Ed Bott offers four questions to ask first.
Apple's iPad is facing more competition, but the moat for the company's iconic tablet franchise could easily be its enterprise traction.
Nvidia's CEO hopes the next generation Microsoft Surface tablet will be a "big success."
Apple CEO Tim Cook, together with other tech chiefs, met with U.S. President Obama for a secret meeting to discuss technological surveillance.
Problems with domain name servers caused unsuspecting websites to carry the Black Hole exploit kit.
When marketing a phone, you need an edge. Google and Motorola has one with Moto X's customizations...
[UPDATED] Independent test lab AV-Test compared 30 Android antivirus products. There are some winners and some serious failures. But do you really need any of them?
Have a child who likes to break the rules? There's hope.
Every year, law firms in Germany are shaking down hundreds of thousands of people for file-sharing, despite some legal grey areas.
The average under-30 worker changes jobs every two years, compared to the five-year job-hopping rate of Gen X-ers, and seven-year-itch of Baby Boomers.
Buying a new phone every time you want to make a call is secure, but it's stupid if you want to do anything of value. Likewise, when it looks like companies are adopting a consistent two-factor system, I shake my head when they go in another direction in the interests of "security".
Lavabit and Silent Circle's secure email services have been shut down as part of a generational-scale anti-surveillance pushback, but only US and UK agencies are under the microscope. Why not Australia?
While attending America's high-profile hacking and security conferences, Black Hat and DEF CON, a Vegas taxi driver tells Violet Blue his FBI fares want to blind hackers to "teach them a lesson."