In the coming years, our electronics will be much less rigid. Flexible electronics are on the way.
The microblogging service isn't going to throw itself on the stock market any time soon, Twitter's co-founder said in an interview.
Customers in 12 more UK towns can now sign up for 4G services from EE, bringing the total number of locations covered by its LTE network to 62.
A former AU Optronics executive has been sentenced following allegations of price fixing in the LCD market.
In the first partnership of its kind in Singapore for an e-commerce site, Qoo10 hopes to expand its reach to a wider demographic, which it estimates to be as many as 900,000 Singaporeans who do not qualify for a credit card.
Company says the new 4GB LPDDR3 chip is an industry first using 20-nanometer processes, and offers more than double the performance of the previous standard in terms of data transmission.
From "artificial neuron network" to "natural language processing" to "weak AI," this short word list will keep you on top of the AI terms you need to know. Technical jargon has been flying thick and fast...
The maker of shiny rectangles reportedly is seeking assistance from two major banks in a bid to fund a $100 billion shareholder return program, which it currently can't finance unless it sells debt.
The microblogging giant has warned news outlets that "these attacks will continue," particularly against high profile media organizations.
With the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission vowing to focus on fake reviews, one entrepreneur caught in the crossfire has made eliminating them the focus of his startup.
NerdWallet analyzed 43 of the largest cities in the U.S. and picked the top 10 best ones for young entrepreneurs to live in.
The Queensland government will stop using its shared services provider CITEC and move toward cloud-based services after accepting the recommendations of an independent audit.
The poobahs of Pyongyang decide that internet access isn't a good idea after all. Still, subscribers are growing.
If you ever wished your magazine was a WiFi hotspot, Microsoft has you covered.
Whether controlled by one fingerprint or thousands, new gun designs may prove revolutionary for gun control legislation.
Many Americans no longer find home ownership an important step to success.
State is a startup for people that have opinions, but no audience — it seems similar to Swipp and sounds perfect for trolls. Maybe it should be called "Bridge?"
New Officejet printers that balance features and affordability are aimed at helping Indian companies lower their running costs and greatly increase productivity, as HP seeks to broaden its Inkjet portfolio in the country.
Despite some maelstroms surrounding consumer tech IPOs such as Facebook and Zynga, PwC analysts predicted better public debuts for tech companies this year.