U.S. chipmaker said it is in talks to acquire Elpida Memory Inc., which earlier this year filed for Japan's largest-ever manufacturing bankruptcy.
Low power and ultra low power radio frequency technologies are stimulating development of wireless sensor applications at an explosive rate.
CEO Thorsten Heins said said the two hires will help sharpen RIM's focus as more Americans abandon their BlackBerrys for iPhones and Android phones.
Although the jury decided Android infringes on some of Java's copyrights, the panel was divided on whether Google's actions were "fair use."
Federal court jury is having a difficult time reaching a verdict in a complex copyright infringement trial pitting Oracle against Google.
South Korea's SK Hynix Inc. said it's no longer vying to buy Elpida Memory Inc., the Japanese chipmaker under bankruptcy protection.
Reports suggested RIM would ditch the physical keys favored by its users, but CEO Thorsten Heins said RIM won't lose the focus on physical keypads.
Nokia said the 45 alleged infringements cover power management and software features, including application stores and message display.
Chip maker is purchasing wireless technology company Standard Microsystems Corp. for about $828.8 million in a move to expand its product offerings.
The once iconic company will hope to compete once again with phones such as Apple's iPhone and models that run Google's Android software.
Federal case centers on Oracle's allegations that Google's popular Android software for mobile devices relies on technology stolen from Java.
The two companies are teaming up to create a subsidiary for Barnes & Noble's e-book business, with Microsoft paying $300 million for a minority stake.
The New York Times highlighted the ways Apple avoids taxes, such as collecting its profits in Reno, Nevada, where the corporate tax rate is zero.
Samsung sold more smartphones in the first three months of the year than Apple Inc., which helped its net profit double.
The newest board member of BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. said Thursday that a turnaround could take three to five years.
Apple says it sold 35 million iPhones in the January-to-March quarter, almost twice as many as it sold a year ago and above analyst expectations.
The ratings agency cited "general lack of visibility" in Nokia's near-term future, while Nokia said it will maneuver to improve "future growth and success."
Apple's success is great for hardware partners, but companies like AT&T have seen profitability plummet on subsidizing the pricey iPhone.
The joint venture of STMicroelectronics N.V. and LM Ericsson Telephone Co. said it would cut 1,700 jobs, or a quarter of its work force.
Intel says PCs with chips from its new generation of processors, featuring a revolutionary design, will be available this week.
Microsoft, which just bought patents from AOL for $1 billion, is now turning around and selling most of them to Facebook for $550 million.
Although investors have had their fill of Apple stock, for now, analysts continue to be enthusiastic about the company.
According to the company, the EC35 is high resolution, meaning it is more accurate than Hall effect sensors, and provides simple assembly for OEM applications.
High hopes are riding on the revamped system, Windows 8, because Microsoft designed it to run on almost any type of device.