Oracle on Tuesday became the latest software maker to say it will stop developing applications for Intel Itanium microprocessors, following a similar announcement by Microsoft last year and Red Hat the year before.
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Japan's biggest electronics companies are trying to ensure that employees in disaster areas are safe and facilities remain intact.
Executives from Facebook, Google and other companies have held talks with Twitter over a possible acquisition of the micro-blogging service, pushing its estimated value as high as US$10 billion, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
William James Adams Jr, better known as Will.i.am of the popular music group Black Eyed Peas, was named Intel's new director of creative innovation, the chip maker said Tuesday.
Rumors continue to swirl over Apple's next generation iPad, and one Taiwanese newspaper says the new device will be out in the first quarter of 2011, complete with video calling, two cameras, new display and touch technology, and a USB port to connect easily to other devices.
The University of New Mexico's patent arm, STC, filed a lawsuit against Intel on Monday alleging the infringement of a patent related to advanced chip manufacturing.
Google on Tuesday said it won preliminary approval to settle a class-action lawsuit related to alleged privacy violations caused by its Buzz service.
Microsoft may be looking to add to its existing patent infringement case related to the use of Google's Android mobile phone software by targeting phone makers in Taiwan, according to a Chinese-language news report.
Hewlett-Packard has hired executive search firm Spencer Stuart to lead its bid to find a replacement for Mark Hurd.
Apple is readying another tablet similar to the iPad but with a 7-inch touchscreen for launch as early as the end of this year, according to a major Taiwanese newspaper.
Hewlett-Packard has clarified the circumstances surrounding Mark Hurd's departure, saying it was due to his approving compensation and/or expense reimbursment for actress Jodie Fisher, who worked as a contractor to HP, where there wasn't a legitimate business purpose.
Google has revealed a new software tool that lets just about anyone make apps for mobile phones that use its Android software.
Foxconn has raised pay among workers in China by an average 30 percent, but it says that the raise has nothing to do with a string of suicides that some experts say global media have misattributed to everything from poor working conditions to rapid modernization.
Consumers will likely see 3D LCD TVs that don't require people to wear polarized glasses out on global markets by 2015, according to a Taiwanese research group that showed off an early version of such a device this week.
Taiwan's AU Optronics plans to seek an injunction in the US against the import and sale of LCD panels made by South Korean rival LG Display that infringe on four of its patents. This could potentially hurt consumers because LG accounts for over a quarter of the world's LCD panel supply.