Hewlett-Packard Co. is showing signs of recovery as it strengthened its position as the world’s largest maker of personal computers and gained back some of the business it had lost while weighing whether to dump its PC division.
A new study shows that more than 90 percent of third-graders are already online, and 20 percent have their own cell phones. By middle school, over 90 percent have phones, which they use to go online and to text.
The new iPad was definitely a hot item when it went on sale. But, some people who bought the device think it may be just a bit too hot. The internet has been atwitter the past couple of days with reports that the lower left hand corner of the tablet was noticeably warmer than its predecessor.
In an effort to increase its influence in the rapidly changing tech industry, Dell is expanding its presence in Silicon Valley by adding 600 employees to its research and development center in Santa Clara.
Seven people have been linked to a school burglary that occurred in Palo Alto over the summer, police said Thursday.
Apple is shifting the production of its iPhone and iPad displays to Sharp Corporation marking a big change in the way Apple does business, and one more step towards taking total control of the manufacturing process.
Hundreds of new jobs are coming to Silicon Valley as one of the world’s largest tech companies opened a facility in Santa Clara on Wednesday.
How cyber-safe is your family or small business? That’s one of the questions that Internet security experts addressed at a Cyber Security Summit at San Jose City Hall.
IBM announced Thursday that it has built two prototype chips that it said processes data more like how humans digest information than the chips that now power PCs and supercomputers.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials are trying to figure out exactly what happened Monday night when computers crashed, halting service throughout the BART system for two hours.