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Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has developed the world's first 15-nanometer *1 process technology, which will apply to 2-bit-per-cell 128-gigabit NAND flash memories.
Apple partners said they put no stock in a report that the company will hold off on delaying a large-screen iPhone 6 to compete with the Samsung Galaxy line.
As Google added a taste of iOS functionality to Glass, one analyst said the move is just the beginning of efforts to draw in Apple users to the computerized eyewear.
RE37,802 . On April 3, 2014, Judge Rodney Gilstrap of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, ruled that the Jury had no basis for invalidating the 802 patent at the trial of the WiLAN vs. Apple lawsuit in October 2013.
Got an old computer stashed in a storage room? Or an ancient cell phone junked in a kitchen drawer? Just in time for Earth Day, Consumer Reports ShopSmart magazine has some advice on what to do with old electronics and maybe make money in the process.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has reviewed an internal L.A. school district report on its iPad contract and concluded that criminal charges are not warranted.
The Chinese computer maker, which has announced more than $5 billion in acquisitions so far this year, on Monday announced a partnership with the new USO Warrior and Family Center at Bethesda in Fort Belvoir, Va.
The price of Samsung's latest 28-inch 4K monitor has dropped by $100 to just under $600, which could be a precursor to 4K monitor prices further plummeting as the technology goes mainstream.
Lenovo and Ubergizmo are joining forces to give away three great devices to three lucky winners.
Mashable Choice highlights the products and services we've tested and would recommend to others.
Hewlett-Packard's low trailing and forward P/E ratios hints of underpricing and Deutsche Bank's Buy recommendation should be heeded by bargain hunters.
A long-running battle between Apple Inc. and Google Inc. for mobile dominance is spreading to the most lucrative genre of apps: videogames.
Apple has gone against the tide for many years sticking to premium products and prices.
With Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. dropping a big hint this week that it has either started or is getting ready to start production of 64-bit mobile processors, let's take a quick look at what the major players have said and done so far.
The Cupertino tech giant Apple is slated to release its second quarter earnings coming Wednesday.
Q. I'm nervous about keeping my online banking safe on my regular PC. Should I buy a Chromebook and use it just for that? A. Cheap laptops running Google's Chrome OS have a lot going for them as long as you Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.