Intel May Have Upper Hand in Processor War, for Now

Intel, the world's largest chip maker, had been losing market share to rival AMD, but is now believed by analysts to have stemmed losses or even gained share thanks to a raft of new products.

Drugs seeping into Lake Michigan

Drugs are seeping into the Grand River and Lake Michigan from the Grand Rapids, Mich., sewage treatment plant, a study found.

Icahn: Motorola Should Fix Problems Before Buyback

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sent a letter to Motorola Inc. shareholders calling for the No.2 mobile phone maker to fix its operational problems, saying that took precedence to a share buyback.

IBM, HP Look to Small Businesses

Top-tier OEMS continue to push their technology down to the smallest businesses as they try to expand the reach of their portfolios.

Restlet Engine Reaches 1.0

Noelios Consulting releases Version 1.0 of its Restlet Engine for building RESTful Java applications.

Silicon Valley Seeks to Revamp Wireless Industry

A start-up backed by Silicon Valley's power elite hopes to convince regulators to back a business plan that could scrap many restrictions on wireless networks and help Internet service providers like Google Inc. and Yahoo ...

Report: CIOs, Stop Squandering Your Time

A Gartner report identifies six time-wasting tendencies CIOs should avoid in order to improve their performance and demonstrate their value.