Apple has reported strong earnings for its fourth quarter, boosted by record Macintosh computer sales and the shipment of 1.12 million iPhones.
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AT&T has filed a lawsuit in the US against VOIP provider Vonage Holdings, seeking damages for alleged patent infringement.
Hewlett-Packard introduced this week a security technology that ensures printed documents get to the right people and protects against malware.
Still carrying the weight of costs related to last year's acquisition of graphics vendor, ATI, Advanced Micro Devices has recorded its fourth straight quarter of net losses.
Hewlett-Packard maintained its lead over Dell as the world's largest PC supplier in the third quarter of 2007, extending a slim margin it established last year, market researcher IDC said this week.
A spike in the number of microprocessor units shipped helped Intel record an increase in its third-quarter revenue and income, the company said this week.
Hewlett-Packard has agreed in principle to resolve the stock-options back-dating suit facing Mercury Interactive, a company it acquired in 2006, for US$117.5 million.
The lure of high technology has led Wikipedia's parent organization, Wikimedia Foundation, to move its headquarters to San Francisco.
Dell wants to rid diskless desktop clients from corporate environments.
Sun Microsystems has announced its first UltraSparc T2-based servers, which the company hopes will cut the number of servers required in datacentres.
Gateway announced this week its plans to acquire PC vendor Packard Bell for an undisclosed amount, a move funded by Acer as part of its planned acquisition of Gateway.
A woman ordered to pay US$222,000 for downloading and sharing music files has decided to appeal the case.
Increased computer usage and better e-mail and Web access may narrow the digital divide, although globalization critics may perceive such changes as a threat to local cultures and economies, a new Pew Research Center study suggests.
Toshiba and Microsoft this week announced plans to launch the Advanced Interactivity Consortium to extend interactive features in HD DVD, a high-definition format, in an effort to attract more users.
Arm 's new Cortex A9-MPCore design for a cellular processor with up to four cores aims to deliver better performance to smartphones and mobile devices while consuming minimal battery life.