If the number of iPads triples from the current 67 million, they would need the electricity from one small power plant operating at full strength.
NEC Corp. says it is promising support for struggling chipmaker Renesas but that details haven't been decided.
U.S. government says Apple wants to rush its New York antitrust lawsuit over the price of electronic books by finishing evidence gathering by year's end.
Nintendo upgraded its 3DS handheld to sport a screen nearly twice as big as the previous model amid hot competition against smartphones and tablets.
While the new BlackBerry 10 software will be offered on devices with physical keyboards in the future, the company is betting heavily on touchscreens.
Judge fined Apple Inc. more than $2.2 million for misleading customers that its latest iPad was compatible with the next generation 4G broadband network.
Microsoft Corp. is planning to issue a dramatic update to its phone software, one that won't be available to current Windows Phones.
Research In Motion said it has started laying off employees as part of its restructuring plan aimed at saving about $1 billion this year.
TV manufacturers are making billion dollar bets on a new display technology that promises an even thinner screen and imagery of eye-popping clarity.
Microsoft is heading into unusual territory: competing with its partners, the very same companies that make Windows PCs.
Microsoft claims the new tablet, which runs on its much-anticipated Windows 8 operating system, doesn't "compromising [on] productivity" like the iPad.
The company's engineers have been trying to reshape personal computing for as long as there's been a PC.
Smartphones set to be released this month will learn things when you touch them to pre-programmed near-field communication "tags."
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The 11 citations against VPP Group LLC carry proposed penalties of $186,000 for allowing moisture to accumulate in electrical boxes.
Nokia will lay off 10,000 jobs globally and close plants by the end of 2013 in a drive to save costs and streamline operations.
The computer maker aims to transform its business so it can keep pace in the highly competitive tablets and smartphone sector.
The Dutch company said it struck a deal to supply "maps and related information" just as Apple announced new navigation features for the iPhone.
Dubbed Mountain Lion, Mac OS X 10.8 narrows the gap between the PC and phone software packages, making Mac personal computers work more like iPhones.
Tim Cook launched the Worldwide Developers Conference by touting app sales, while SVP Phil Schiller announced new laptops with high-resolution "Retina" displays.
The maker of microwave and radio frequency components agreed to a takeover from Mercury, based in Chelmsford, Mass.
Bankruptcy for RIM seems highly unlikely in the near term, but these are troubling times for Waterloo, Ontario, also known as Canada's Silicon Valley.
Jasper Knabb, head of Pegasus Wireless, has also been ordered to repay $40.8 million for profiting on a multimillion-dollar stock fraud scheme.
Logitech says the restructuring will simplify its gadget-making business and reduce annual operating costs by about $80 million.
Data Translation, Inc. has announced the release of several new low-cost, simultaneous, multifunction data acquisition (DAQ) modules for USB.