In what looks like a bid to attract students or simply those looking for a better deal, Apple looks set to expand its range of iMacs this month with the offering of a lower-spec machine.
Acer boss Stan Shih said he believes tablet computers are merely a fad, despite growing sales of the portable device.
A report published by the Digital Entertainment Group has shown that while overall home entertainment spending in the US fell in the last year, sales of Blu-ray discs are on the rise.
Comedy actor Rowan Atkinson had a hairy moment this week when he crashed his McLaren F1 supercar into a road sign.
Daily deals giant Groupon appears to be still pulling in the punters, with the number of subscribers to the service more than doubling since the start of this year.
Jimmy Wales, the founder of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, has said the site is losing contributors, though the situation is not yet at crisis point.
According to reports, several Starbucks stores in New York are covering up their AC outlets, preventing some customers from using their laptops for long periods of time while sipping on a single coffee.
Apple appears to be in the process of taking legal action targeting fake retail stores spotted around the world.
The results of a survey published Wednesday show that British smartphone users are addicted to their devices, with many choosing to use it even in the bathroom.
A calculator has been launched online that claims to be able to determine the likelihood of you losing your hair. And what you'll look like without it.
The sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is leaving her position as the social networking site's marketing director. Randi Zuckerberg will start own media company.
A stop-motion animation made using the Nokia N8 smartphone has been officially recognized as the world's largest movie of its kind, with one scene stretching across 11,000 square feet.
Computer security specialists McAfee revealed on Wednesday it has discovered a number of cyber attacks in what it's calling "the biggest transfer of wealth in terms of intellectual property in history." The UN is among those hit.
A competition launched in the US this week is offering one lucky winner a free space trip.
After being pulled from the App Store yesterday, the new Skype for iPad app is back in the store, meaning that owners of the tablet can finally ditch the iPhone version of the video chat software.