91,000 units faulty
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a recall for battery packs in Toshiba laptops sold between June 2011 and January 2016.
And humanity is a much happier place because of it
The game changing, most successful IT company Apple celebrated its 40th birthday today – a day which will be marked in history as the day the world became perfect.
14nm process node
Chipzilla has officially launched its new Xeon Processor E5 v4 today, similar to the old version but using its brand spanking new 14nm process node.
Who needs the US markets when you have Chinese 4G adoption
China's Huawei posted its biggest annual revenue growth since 2008, thanks mostly to China's adoption of fourth-generation (4G) mobile technology.
Hell has frozen over
Microsoft has announced a partnership with Canonical which means it is possible to install Canonical's Ubuntu on Windows 10.
Now you can make your own racist friend
Software giant Microsoft has open-sourced its chatbot framework allowing developers to build their own versions of Redmond's disastrous Twitter bot experiment.
FBI untouchable while iPhone wide open
The FBI is really rubbing it into Apple by offering to unlock some Apple gear for coppers investigating a murder.
AT&T looks to Cyanogen
Carrier dissatisfaction with the Android maker Google is growing as more of them look to alternatives to curb what they perceive as the search engine outfit’s inflexibility.
Galaxy S7 selling better than expected
It looks like Samsung is back on track with its Galaxy S7 and selling more than expected, just as its main rival Apple appears to be stuck in neutral.