Intel won first place in two categories of a ranking of flash memory-based SSDs by DRAMeXchange, which pilloried the industry over quality issues.
The launch of Apple's iPad will pave the way for over 50 rival tablet PC devices to be launched globally, an Arm executive said Wednesday.
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck Taiwan early Thursday may affect the tech industry by sending prices of LCD panels and, certain chips higher.
Smartphone maker HTC defended itself against accusations of patent infringement by Apple, saying it develops its own technology.
China Unicom is in talks with Apple to sell a version of the iPhone with Wi-Fi, something the companies could not do previously due to Chinese regulations.
Innocomm plans to launch its first handset with Google's Android mobile operating system and an analog TV receiver by June.
The global chip industry will rebound sharply from the global recession and post 20 percent year-on-year growth in 2010, says Gartner.
HTC unveiled its two newest Android smartphones. The HTC Desire is similar to Nexus One, while the HTC Legend boasts an aluminum casing.
The head of STMicroelectronics, the company that owns a trademark for the name IPAD in Europe, says he wants Apple as a customer.
Samsung reported record high 2009 revenue and predicted explosive growth in 3D TVs on Friday.
Samsung began mass producting of 3D TV screens this month, a first step to prices coming down to more affordable levels.
Amazon is getting in the app game with a new app platform for Kindle.
Samsung is showing off 4 e-readers at CES, two more than previously announced.
BenQ displayed its new nReader at Taiwan's IT Month exhibition and said it will cost around US$280 in Taiwan and China.
Articles by Dan Nystedt