Micron Technology Inc. (NYSE: MU), the only U.S. maker of memory chips, has won a bid for the assets of rival Elpida Memory of Japan, which collapsed in February.
Adobe CS6 Released, Creative Cloud to Come on May 11: What Will You Require to Run the New Software On Your Systems?
Adobe Systems Inc Monday announced the availability of the upgraded Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) software, which was unveiled two weeks ago.
The game is set to arrive on Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Wii U on Nov. 13, 2012.
Does the Fox Mole have a book's worth of insider dirt? We don't think so either.
The companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trade Thursday are: Transocean, Whole Foods Market, Smith & Nephew, Salesforce.com, Intel Corp, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Delhaize Group, Novatel Wireless, Skullcandy, Limited Brands and Safeway Inc.
An Oracle Corp attorney ruled out a settlement with Hewlett-Packard Co in a bitter lawsuit over the Itanium microprocessor, a day after the judge refused to resolve the case for either side before trial.
Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC), the largest provider of security software, reported flat revenues and fourth-quarter earnings because it sold fewer software licenses.
After several delays, the Travis County Commissioners Court has officially given its final stamp of approval on the tax incentives package offered from the state and local governments, which means Apple can start preparing to build facilities and add jobs in its sprawling campus in Austin, Texas.
Respected semiconductor maker Microchip Technology (Nasdaq: MCHP) said it will acquire smaller Standard Microsystems (Nasdaq: SMSC) for $939 million.
Apple's plans to build a sprawling new campus in Austin, Texas, looks to be in trouble. After several delays in approving an incentives deal by the Travis County Commissioners Court, the Cupertino, Calif.-based computer maker is getting very frustrated.
Republicans on Thursday issued a politically charged report that quoted President Barack Obama's corporate advisers as predicting his 2010 healthcare overhaul would raise - not lower - the cost of care.
MacBook Pro 2012, Acer Aspire V3, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga And Other Ultra-Thin Laptops To Hit Shelves This Year; Which One Would You Buy?
Tech analysts are busy predicting that laptop sales are expected to go down and tablets and smartphones would gain prominence in the coming years. However, top notch wireless manufacturers are still in no mood to stop introducing the new flagship models of their lineups.
After initial delay of Intel's processor for 2012, the company has finally launched its first breed of quad-core processor on Monday. The latest chip, codenamed as Ivy Bridge, is the world's first processors to use a 22-nanometer manufacturing process and feature Intel's Tri-Gate 3D transistor technology and will replace the company's Sandy Bridge CPUs in Apple's next-generation of Mac lineups.
The most recent rumors surronding the highly anticipated revamped MacBook Pro and iPhone 5 are that both devices will be released with ultra-thin chassis cast from Liquidmetal technology.
LANDesk Software, the venerable desktop management systems developer, said it had acquired private Managed Planet to bolster its play into ‘’Big Data” and analytics.
MacBook Pro 2012 Release Rumor Update: Liquidmetal body, LTE Support, Improved Battery and Touchscreen; What More Do We Know So Far? (Latest Rumors)
The latest rumors indicate that Apple's MacBook Pro series laptop will receive liquidmetal chassis, improved battery and 4G Lter support. Ivy chips and Thunderbolt features are confirmed to be coming in the next Mac device and at the same time reports say that the 17-inch model can be dropped this time to keep Apple's production streamlined.
Apple will not be updating its 17-inch MacBook Pro laptops according to a new report. Apple will aim to consolidate its product line and slim down its existing series of laptops.
It's a big day for Adobe fans. The company has finally unveiled Adobe CS6, the sixth version of the company's creative suite of software tools, as well as its new Creative Cloud, which allows users to use the products through a new subscription service. Here we break down of all the new features.
Shares of Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, fell again Monday, a day before reporting second-quarter financial results that are expected to be sharply higher than a year ago.
Steve Jobs may have passed away last year, but his vision for MacBook Pro lives on and stretches far beyond 2012, a leaked report would suggest.
MacBook Pro 2012 Rumored Features: How Apple Is Planning To Make It Better Than MacBook Pro Late 2011
Despite being tagged as the powerhouse performer by Apple, MacBook Pro could never do justice to its 'Pro' moniker till 2011 when it received some minor updates.
At a time when smartphone world is filled with the buzz of Apple's and Samsung's coming up flagship models, Intel Corporation has joined hands with a non-US company - Lava International - to launch their first smartphone in the market.
Shares of security software specialist Proofpoint (Nasdaq: PFPT) jumped as much as 31 percent in the first few minutes of trading after their initial public offering.
Apple is planning to launch MacBook Pro 2012. The device can release in May or June with rumored features including Intel Intel Ivy Bridge processor, New Thunderbolt Connector, Retina Display, Full-surface Trackpad and Surround Sound System.
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD), the No. 2 microprocessor developer, reported first-quarter operating income that beat estimates, despite posting a net loss on one-time charges, as revenue rose more than expected.
Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Corp and four other technology companies were ordered by a judge to face an antitrust lawsuit claiming they illegally conspired not to poach each other's employees.
Apple MacBook Pro Release Date 2012: 'Heavily Redesigned' Mac Laptops Coming With Ivy Bridge, New Thunderbolt [SPECS]
Apple will reportedly release a new lineup of MacBook Pro laptops as early as May, but many expect the advanced laptops to be unveiled in June, just in time for the Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco.
Shares of Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM), the biggest designer of mobile chips, plunged more than 5 percent in early Thursday trading after missing second-quarter earnings estimates.
At a time when the smartphone lovers are busy churning out all possible features of Apple's next generation iPhone, it is apt to do a reality check. Some of the patents are like unibody design, ultrasonic bonding, iWallet, NFC, Universal Remote Control and etc. which Apple recently won might be featured in the next iPhone.
German bond yields hovered near record lows and the euro held steady on Thursday ahead of bond auctions by Spain and France that are key to investor confidence in Europe's ability to tackle growing economic and fiscal problems.