Magazine and newspaper publishers rushed to prep their titles for the debut of Apple's iPad last weekend, but some are working to develop ways to sell their publications separately from Apple's iTunes.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has begun mass production and shipment of the world’s smallest Bluetooth® modules in its “LBMA Series”. With dimensions of 3.5x3.5mm, these modules are 30% smaller than past products.
A look inside the iPad points to more business for some familiar Apple component suppliers and provides new clues about the device's performance and durability.
Apple's iPad tablet computer had a strong debut as swarms of buyers flocked to stores. But the long lines soon faded, and few stores sold out of the device.
Government and industry leaders are taking part in a public forum to determine how the state's Information Technology industry can help drive the state's economy.Monday's event at EMC Corp. facilities in Franklin is hosted by state Sen. Karen Spilka, Senate chairwoman of the Joint Committee on...
Now that the iPad is in the hands of early adopters, the hard work for Apple Inc. begins.Eager customers intent on being among the first owners of this new class of gadgetry stood in long lines across the country Saturday. They seemed willing to buy first — and discover uses for the iPad...
Hundreds of people swarmed Apple's flagship retail outlet in Manhattan as the company officially debuted its iPad, finally putting demand for the tablet computers to the test.
HTC's growth in the U.S. is outpacing other smartphone makers this year, Chief Executive Peter Chou said in an interview, indicating the Taiwanese company has gained crucial brand recognition amid stronger support from U.S. mobile operators.
The Beijing-based Foreign Correspondents Club of China said that its Web site was the target of cyberattacks, the latest in a string of incidents that have affected foreign journalists in China.
With Apple Inc.'s iPad rolling out this weekend, developers are scrambling to create new applications — or apps.But are they safe? That's the question a new Web site hopes to help answer.Internet security experts at Stanford University launched a site Friday that reviews how well certain Web...
As the iPad hoopla builds to a crescendo, questions remain about whether the device can find an audience big enough to cement its place alongside the company's other blockbusters.
Orbital Sciences Corp. said Friday that it has completed its $55 million acquisition of a General Dynamics Corp. subsidiary that specializes in spacecraft and development.The deal, announced a month ago, puts Orbital Sciences in a better position to sell space systems equipment to the...
Ed Roberts, who died Thursday, created the Altair, the computer that brought Microsoft's Bill Gates and Paul Allen into desktop computing and inspired a legion of hobbyists who became the foundation of a vibrant new industry.
Presenters at a Cornell Higher Education Research Institute conference reported on their research into why college students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics drop out.