Recent Windows on ARM laptops were too expensive to begin with.
It's building on the new XR2 platform for VR / AR
A survey by a Beijing research institute indicates growing pushback against facial recognition in China.
Tariffs on solar panels imposed nearly two years ago by President Donald Trump to boost U.S. manufacturing are now the focus of a battle in Washington over whether the measures should be amended.
Bigger-than-expected spending plan marks return to free-spending days of 'Abenomics'
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield told analysts that the company now has more than 50 customers paying at least $1 million a year, up from 30 in the same quarter a year earlier.
As part of its scrutiny of Amazon Web Services, the FTC could look into whether Amazon is discriminating against companies that work with other cloud providers.
Huawei has mounted a legal challenge to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), seeking to overturn an order passed by the FCC on Nov. 22. The order bans carriers in rural America from tapping the Universal Service Fund (USF) to purchase Huawei equipment.
Wall Street rebounded on Wednesday as investor optimism got a boost from U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks that talks with China on an interim trade deal were going "very well."
The head of Amazon's cloud business is getting publicly involved in the company's fight over a $10 billion contract to supply cloud services to the Department of Defense.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday that will require manufactures of smartphones, computers, and Smart TVs to install Russian software on them before they can be sold in the country.
Roberto Escobar, 71, is releasing a foldable phone through his investment company, Escobar Inc. It's called the Escobar Fold 1, and it's named after his brother.
Meet the (deep breath) Echo Input Portable Smart Speaker Edition
The brand is ready to break out of its cheap-phone rut with high-end 5G phones for 2020, using the just-announced Snapdragon 865 processor.
Qualcomm said it would appeal a South Korean court decision on Wednesday to uphold a record $873 million fine against the U.S. chip giant for unfair business practices related to patent licensing and modem chip sales.
Google's two co-founders are stepping back for good
The 865 is the flagship, but the 765 is the real star of the show.
Huawei is facing a growing backlash on social media in China after new details came to light in the case of a former employee who was arrested and jailed for 251 days following an unproven accusation of blackmail from the company.
High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk testified at his defamation trial on Tuesday that his "pedo guy" Twitter message at the center of the case was not meant to be taken literally and was sent in response to an "unprovoked" insult he received from the man now suing him.
An FBI branch office warns smart TV users that they can be gateways for hackers to come into your home. Meanwhile, the smart TV OEMs are already spying on you.
Though it has been working to commercialize a pair of AI accelerators, the chip giant is reportedly in talks to buy AI chip startup Habana Labs.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is hoping to bring quantum computing to the cloud world, with the company lifting the lid off three initiatives on Monday at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas.
Samsung's foldable smartphone follow-up to the Galaxy Fold may cost around $1,000, according to a report from South Korea.
T-Mobile's newest 5G network is just about ready for action.
Trump administration says the tax rules discriminate against US companies.
Apple's answer to OLED could arrive as early as next year
Intel sold its smartphone modem chip business to Apple Inc at "a multi-billion dollar loss," the U.S. chipmaker said in a court filing on Friday, alleging that rival Qualcomm forced it out of the market.
Apple is expected to release four 5G-capable iPhones in 2020, according to a forecast report from JPMorgan released Monday.
A better operating system thanks to Rust's combination of safety and performance?
Samsung's Galaxy S11 has leaked and leaked again, revealing a series of radical new features. And now Samsung confirmed its new smartphone for the first time.
The U.S. government may expand its power to stop more foreign shipments of products with U.S. technology to China's Huawei, amid frustration the company's blacklisting has failed to cut off supplies to the world's largest telecoms equipment maker, two sources said.
The Nissan Motor, Renault and Mitsubishi Motors alliance has agreed to form a new company focused on research and development of advanced automotive technologies, Kyodo News said.
Factory activity in China unexpectedly returned to growth in November for the first time in seven months, but the gains were meagre with more U.S. tariffs looming within weeks unless Beijing and Washington agree to defuse their damaging trade war.
Chinese telecom giant has reduced reliance on U.S. suppliers, report finds
People spent $2.9 billion using the device in their pocket.
The Chinese company is readying itself for a court battle, according to the Wall Street Journal.
People in China are now required to have their faces scanned when registering new mobile phone services, as the authorities seek to verify the identities of the country's hundreds of millions of internet users.
EU antitrust regulators are investigating Google's collection of data, the European Commission told Reuters on Saturday, suggesting the world's most popular internet search engine remains in its sights despite record fines in recent years.
"We plan to engage directly with HP shareholders to solicit their support in urging the HP Board to do the right thing and pursue this compelling opportunity," Xerox CEO John Visentin writes.
French President Emmanuel Macron, asked about possible security risks posed by China's Huawei, said on Thursday that he would never look to stigmatize any particular telecoms operator or any particular country.