Driven by the success of the iPhone and iPad, Cupertino-based Apple has become the world’s largest buyer of chips for computers and phones.
A man who was caught with a stolen laptop computer that was tracked with security software was charged Thursday with felony possession of stolen property.
The images began arriving in Joshua Kaufman’s inbox. Who was this stranger sitting with the Oakland man’s stolen laptop?
Intel Corp. said Wednesday that it has redesigned the electronic switches on its chips so that computers can keep getting cheaper and more powerful.
Hewlett-Packard has been awarded a multi-year contract worth up to $2.5 billion to provide technology services to NASA, according to the Palo Alto firm.
Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
The head of San Francisco’s Division of Emergency Services is asking for a full report on an incident last New Year’s Eve during which the department’s computer crashed as a North Beach apartment building burned, leaving 48 people homeless.
Last year, the popularity of Apple Inc.’s iPad hurt PC sales. That trend is continuing, as new data from two market research firms indicate PC shipments declined in the first three months of 2011.
Intel Corp. has launched a new chip for tablet computers, as the world’s most powerful semiconductor company aims to elbow its way into the market for mobile chips.
Apple still remains king of the hill when it comes to tablets. Sales figures show that Motorola Mobility has sold 100,000 Xoom’s, which was one of the first serious challengers to the iPad. In comparison, Apple sold 300,000 iPad’s on its day of release.