A company that creates touch-screen technology has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against PC maker Dell and Motion Computing, a developer of tablet computers.
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Scientists around the world are using artificial intelligence software to bring them a step closer to building what they say will be the perfect robotic hand.
A North Carolina man last week was sentenced to 110 years in prison after admitting that he and a co-conspirator hacked into computers used by young girls and used illicitly gained data to blackmail them.
With Intel and Advanced Micro Devices reportedly backing off their long and bloody price war, a struggling AMD may be getting a little breathing room.
A scientist who successfully connected a moth's brain to a robot predicts that in 10 to 15 years we'll be using "hybrid" computers running a combination of technology and living organic tissue.
Two brothers convicted of running a phony Salvation Army Web site that purportedly raised money for Hurricane Katrina victims were both sentenced to more than 100 months in jail.
After a year of financial and market struggles, Advanced Micro Devices has fallen off iSuppli's latest listing of the world's top 10 chip manufacturers.
Dell is the first PC vendor out of the gate to ship workstations with Intel's brand new 45-nanometer Penryn microprocessors.
An American man living in Mexico has been indicted for allegedly e-mailing in bomb threats to an airport in Texas.
In an effort to cut costs and speed innovation in a competitive semiconductor industry, Toshiba and NEC Electronics Tuesday announced plans to jointly develop 32 nanometer (nm) chips.
Scientists are more concerned than the average American about potential health and environmental problems associated with nanotechnology, according to a new survey.
Ever wish you had a personal assistant? Someone who could recommend a good restaurant when you're traveling to a new city? Someone who could give you a list of shops where you might find that perfect gift?
Wish you were working a little less and working out a whole lot more?
The South Korean government Tuesday announced plans to help build two robot theme parks as part of an effort to boost its robotics industry.
Intel's new 45-nanometer chip for the desktop, part of the newly released Penryn family, should give gamers, researchers and serious multitaskers a significant performance boost, according to analysts.