Hewlett-Packard rolled out its debut entrant into the red-hot tablet market, the HP Touchpad, as well as two new smartphones. All three devices will run the latest version of webOS that HP acquired last year when it bought Palm.
Could we be about to see HP's first tablet with WebOS? Jason Snell is at the event in San Francisco to find out.
Ever-optimistic 3D TV makers say a wider selection of films and some modest technology improvements should make 2011 a better year.
A group of Hollywood studios and technology companies has come up with a system for buying digital movies and TV shows that's supposed to do away with the problem of content being locked to a narrow set of devices by the company that sold it.
Skype has acquired Qik, the mobile-to-mobile video streaming service, as part of an effort to expand its voice and video calling service beyond PCs and to more devices.
Yahoo has opened a new data center in New York state that runs on hydro power and will be cooled almost entirely by fresh air.
Former HP boss Mark Hurd is in talks to take a job at Oracle, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday, citing unnamed sources.
Oracle has filed a lawsuit against Google, charging that its Android phone software infringes on Oracle patents and copyrights related to Java.
HP is buying Palm because it wants the company's operating system to use in Web-connected printers, Chairman and CEO Mark Hurd said on Tuesday.
Twitter's COO described a two-pronged plan on Wednesday for how the company plans to make money.
Twitter's co-founders kicked off the first-ever developer conference with word that the service has 105 million users.
Dell has filed a lawsuit against five LCD makers for allegedly colluding to fix prices for their products, a Dell spokesman said Monday.
Jonathan Schwartz has started dishing dirt from his days at Sun in a blog called "What I couldn't say..."
Google is being investigated by antitrust regulators in Europe, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
PayPal said a ban on personal transactions to and from India will continue for "at least a few months."
Articles by James Niccolai