Automakers and municipal governments are testing new technologies that would make it possible to offer wireless charging stations embedded in the pavement or even in manhole covers -- thus removing the power cords from electric vehicles.
Single disk drive shipments continue to surpass all other storage devices, such as RAIDed NAS systems, for personal data storage, while shipments of hardware with the Thunderbolt interface surged in the past year.
Apple is dominating the cloud storage wars, followed by Dropbox, Amazon, and Google according to Strategy Analytics "Cloud Media Services" survey.
Western Digital's HGST Labs announced a breakthrough in the ability to double HDD capacity through two innovative nantechnologies—self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting.
Should you replace your hard drive with an SSD or a hybrid drive? Will you get your money's worth?
Apple's cryptic invitation on Tuesday to an event set for next week triggered another surge in trade-in activity by consumers wanting to unload older iPhones.
Websense said its security analysts found that spam had started spreading through the new Google Buzz social network just two days after its unveiling.
Mozilla Corp. Thursday confirmed that it will release the final beta of Firefox 3.0 shortly, and that it expects to deliver the finished browser to users in June.
The elegant minimalism of Google's search engine has yet to pay dividends with its Web-based online productivity suite.
Intuit's QuickBooks 2006 and 2007 accidentally deleted data from some Mac users' desktops as part of a recent update, according to reports.
Computerworld polls a panel of editors on whether or not the iPhone should be part of your gift-giving this year.
Slammed by a firestorm of criticism over privacy concerns related to its recently unveiled Beacon advertising system, Facebook announced a new privacy control that will let users turn off Beacon completely.
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