Lenovo Group said its net income almost tripled during its third fiscal quarter, thanks to strong demand for its computers and a weak US dollar.
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Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) 1.7 has been approved as an international standard by the International Standards Organization (ISO), according to a company executive.
Samsung Electronics next year plans to begin mass production of a new type of graphics memory that both consumes less power and is significantly faster than existing chips.
Dell CEO Michael Dell plans to announce a series of new products aimed at making life easier for IT managers.
Oracle released its latest critical patch update on Wednesday, fixing 51 vulnerabilities in a range of products, including its flagship database line.
Is it coincidence that a revealing photograph of China's latest ballistic-missile submarines appeared online on the same day that China's 17th Party Congress opened in Beijing? Maybe not.
Omron showed off the capabilities of its Okao Vision technology that recognizes when a person is smiling, and can evaluate how big their grin is, at this week's Ceatec exhibition in Japan.
Rohm Ltd. is showing off at this week's Ceatec exhibition a prototype full-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen that's smaller than a fingernail, yet offers resolution of 320 pixels by 240 pixels.
Toshiba has unveiled a prototype version of its Gigabeat media player that's powered by a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) instead of a battery.
Japanese electronics makers are no longer pushing flat-screen televisions with ever larger screens. Instead, the race is now on to make them as thin as possible.
Dramatic footage of a Japanese journalist shot and killed during anti-government protests in Myanmar has drawn hundreds of thousands of viewers on YouTube, stirring outrage among viewers in Japan and elsewhere.
Sony unveiled the world's first OLED (organic light-emitting diode) television on Monday, pushing the limits of thin-screen displays further than ever before.
Chinese electronics retailer Gome Electrical Appliances Group will soon start selling Dell Inc. computers at its chain of stores across China.
Advanced Micro Devices added a triple-core desktop processor to its product road map on Monday, looking to upstage rival Intel ahead of its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference in San Francisco this week.
After months of delays, AMD's latest processor, a quad-core server chip called Barcelona, has at last hit the market.