Taiwan firm sues Samsung for patent infringement
A Taiwanese electronics company said Wednesday it has filed a lawsuit against South Korean tech giant Samsung for allegedly infringing on its optics technology patents.
Microsoft tears down walls to open up future
When CEO Steve Ballmer announced Microsoft's most sweeping reorganization in years Thursday, he said it was to make the company faster-paced and more collaborative - all the better to advance his vision of turning the software ...
PC sales slide again, Lenovo takes top spot: survey
Worldwide sales of personal computers dropped for a fifth consecutive quarter in the April-June period, the longest decline in the PC market's history, a research firm said Wednesday.
Internet devices grow amid mobile shift, survey says
Global sales of Internet devices including PCs, tablets and mobile phones is showing steady growth in 2013, amid a shift to more mobile gadgets, a survey showed Monday.
Best Buy recalls batteries over fire risk
Best Buy is recalling 5,100 replacement batteries for the MacBook Pro due to a fire risk.
Mass production of industry's first PCI-express SSD for ultra-slim notebook PCs
Samsung Electronics announced today that it has begun mass producing the industry's first PCI-Express (PCIe) solid state drive (SSD) for next-generation ultra-slim notebook PCs.
China became top personal computer market in 2012
China unseated the United States last year as the top market for personal computers due to demand in rural areas where people opt for desktop machines, according to market tracker IHS iSuppli.
World's smallest, slimmest and lightest contact-free vein sensor
Fujitsu today announced a practical version of the world's smallest, slimmest and lightest contact-free vein authentication sensor.
Industry's first use of water-based paint for plastic chassis ICT equipment
Fujitsu today announced the industry's first in development of a water-based paint for use on the plastic chassis of servers, personal computers, and other ICT equipment. The new water-based paint is used ...
Taiwan touch-panel maker TPK to invest $1 bln
Taiwan's TPK Holding, a leading manufacturer of touch screens for Apple, will invest up to Tw$30 billion ($1.01 billion) this year to meet robust demand for mobile and other devices, media reported Sunday.
Google challenges Apple with high-end laptop (Update 2)
Google unveiled a touchscreen notebook computer Thursday designed for high-end users, throwing down the gauntlet to Apple and its MacBooks.
Lenovo profit boosted by smartphones, tablets (Update)
Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said Wednesday its quarterly profit rose 34 percent to a record high on strong sales of smartphones and tablet computers.
China fines LG, Samsung in flat panel price case
China fined South Korean and Taiwanese makers of LCD display screens $56 million on Friday for price-fixing, joining the United States and Europe in a crackdown on the industry.
$99 Google laptops for schools sold out
US teachers have flooded school-centric charity website DonorsChoose.org to snap up Chrome notebook computers Google made available to classrooms for just $99 each.