The lawsuit is asking for a trial by jury
The dream battery we've been waiting for?
Was is it the Apple II, IBM PC, Commodore 64, or Atari 800?
Only the gaming division and Windows OEM non-Pro revenue reported a loss in an otherwise great quarter for the company
It intends to keep using Android
The chipmaker sold 3G modems at a loss to squash competitors
2019 is going to be a disappointing year for smartphones
Thanks to Anno 1800
Subscription price hikes and lack of original content has stagnated growth, according to the company
It's called the 'Stopping Bad Robocalls Act'
The company's argument against being regulated amounts to not much more than scare tactics
250,000 employees will use Azure and Office 365 tools
Intel CEO on 10nm delay: 'We prioritized performance at a time when predictability was really important'
Intel's production delay has had a profound impact on the tech industry as a whole
This could be the biggest fine yet
Lawmakers want answers, including how the commission calculated the fine
Third party sellers feel they're being undecut by the giant
Arm's designs are incredibly influential
Ludicrous mode is no longer a $20,000 add-on
Galileo-enabled devices have defaulted to US GPS during the outage
Or other financial services
Huawei is reportedly planning to lay off hundreds of US-based workers as a result of its blacklisting
The job losses will come from its Futurewei subsidiary