Palm agreed Wednesday to pay $22.5 million to Xerox in a patent infringement case over handwriting recognition technology on PDAs.
The soaring popularity of MP3 music players is driving demand for NAND flash memory chips faster than suppliers can keep up, according to a Gartner study, and it could get even worse if Apple releases higher-capacity flash-based iPods.
IBM researchers have pushed a silicon-based microprocessor to speeds of 500GHz, more than 250 times faster than a typical commercial chip in a cell phone.
Intel says its new tri-gate transistor technology will extend Moore's Law well into the next-decade.
Hewlett-Packard has recalled more than half a million Photosmart R707 digital cameras because of a fire hazard from overheated batteries.
Intel stalwart Dell surprised the industry by announcing plans to use AMD's Opteron processors in its high-end servers by the end of the year.
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicted the former owners of a sports gambling website, according to charges released Tuesday.
Music labels sued XM Satellite Radio in New York District Court on Tuesday for infringing their copyright by allowing subscribers to record songs.
AMD aims to grab notebook PC business from Intel with its Wednesday launch of a new line of Turion mobile processors.
Palm Inc. launches Treo 700p smartphone, combining EvDO wireless and Palm OS.
Intel will name its new chips Core 2 Duo.
Intel announced plans to boost profits by building chips with 32-nanometer geometry by 2009.
Intel executives forecast a 3 percent dip in revenue and said they will restructure the company, with the possibility of layoffs.
Intel Corp. reported $8.9 billion in revenue for the first quarter of 2006, down 5 percent from the same quarter last year.
AMD took another step in its antitrust suit against Intel Corp. by filing a subpoena for documents from Microsoft Corp.