Can Brexit be stopped? A force of exasperated Brits is trying.
Next-generation 5G networks can be 100 times faster than 4G, making communication between devices and servers much faster.
Renault-Nissan announced plans in 2016 to use Microsoft cloud services in connected cars. They're finally be ready to roll later this year.
The chips could lead to more powerful laptops for games and creators.
Here's why that matters: Samsung wants to prepare for "an accelerated global IT transition to next-generation DRAM interfaces, such as DDR5, LPDDR5 and GDDR6."
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The collaboration will cover hardware, software and services.
The new Kindle comes in at $90, and is available for pre-order now, with a shipping date set for April 10.
Facebook on Wednesday announced the $399 Oculus Rift S, the latest version of its PC-connected virtual reality headset.
Blockchain would enable Facebook users to make PayPal-like purchases of advertised products and authenticate people posting on the site, effectively creating an audit trail and confirming they're not bots.
South Korea's antitrust regulator has lowered a decade-old penalty imposed on U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm by 18 percent to $200 million.
U.S. buyout firm Bain Capital is likely to push back the IPO of Toshiba Memory by around two months.
Millimeter wave technology will require a whole new approach to ensuring reliability.
The European Union has hit Google with another big antitrust fine, the third in a series of billion-dollar penalties the US tech giant has incurred for hindering competition.
Google has officially announced a major new effort in the video game world - and it might just change the future of the roughly $135 billion industry.
The new Android OS has major upgrades to privacy and security.
Pure Storage is expanding its AIRI lineup of systems for artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads.
China Telecom said its 2018 net profit rose 13.9% from a year earlier.
US semiconductor companies want no part of any trade deal that calls for stepped-up purchases from China, worried that would give Beijing more control over their industry.
Wall Street Journal
Apple, in a surprise move on Monday, launched a new 10.5-inch iPad Air and updated its iPad Mini ahead of a March 25.
The gargantuan cash injection was led by SoftBank, Qualcomm, Grupo Salinas, and the Rwandan government.
The US is falling behind on phone design, and foldables are the proof.
The cable and internet giant reportedly has bid or has considered bidding for Korean gaming company Nexon.
Apple today confirmed that WWDC 2019 will kick off on Monday, June 3 and will run through Friday, June 7
Broadcom benefited from strong results in its networking business in Q1, despite an anticipated sharp decline in wireless.
A U.S. federal judge has issued a preliminary ruling that Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $1 billion in patent royalty rebate payments, though the decision is unlikely to result in Qualcomm writing a check to Apple because of other developments in the dispute.
The UCLA Anderson Forecast is one of the most-watched outlooks since the forecasting group was credited with being ahead of others in declaring the 2001 recession.
Intel has partnered with Sharp and Innolux to develop a new laptop display technology that aims to cut power use in half.
After two decades in development, chipmakers are making a costly bet on a technology that will cram even more transistors onto silicon.
The Japan Times
78,500 laptop batteries are to be recalled after eight new reports of battery packs overheating, melting, or charring.
Legal expert: Spotify has "pretty good case" against Apple.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten plans to expand its video-on-demand streaming service to 42 European countries
China's mobile phone market suffered its worst month in years as device shipments plunged, with the data potentially highlighting further signs of pain for Apple in the world's largest smartphone market.
It's unclear when the grand jury was called
Smart TV manufacturer Vizio has formed a partnership with nine media and advertising companies to develop an industry standard that will allow smart TVs to target advertisements to specific households.
BlackBerry on Tuesday officially opened a new D.C.-based branch aimed at helping the tech company secure more contracts with the federal government.
Samsung has selected Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 instead of its Exynos 9820 as the AP in the Galaxy Fold. The Snapdragon 855 is produced by TSMC in Taiwan at a 7 nm process, while the Exynos 9820 is produced at Samsung foundry's 8nm process.
Researchers at Boston University have engineered an acoustic metamaterial that's designed to silence annoying sounds at their source, without blocking the movement of air.
People's faces are being used without their permission, in order to power technology that could eventually be used to surveil them, legal experts say.
"This school is a deep dive into how you develop a strategy and identify blockers before they happen in the implementation of AI in your organization"
Indeed, defect detection is challenging.