Mega social networking site Facebook has bought location service Gowalla for an undisclosed sum.
Processor and graphics card manufacturer AMD has posted its Q3 2011 results, and things are looking up for the previously-troubled company.
Retro computer enthusiast Amigakit has announced that its AmigaOne X1000 desktop will be with us for Christmas - with a whopping price tag of £2,000.
Nvidia's Tegra mobile processors have cost the company $2 billion (£1.25 billion) over the past five years, according to Jen-Hsun Huang, the company's CEO.
Storage manufacturer Buffalo has brought out its ultra-tough MiniStation Extreme portable hard drive.
Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University have unveiled a new project that uses Kinect and a projector to turn any surface into an interactive touch screen.
Beats by Dre, the expensive headphone company started by expensive rapper Dr Dre and expensive lead company Monster, is considering a UK store in London's trendy Shoreditch.
Semiconductor companies ARM and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) have announced the taping out of ARM's new 10nm Cortex-A15 multicore processor.
Walking down the street idly stroking your pocket will no longer be an arrestable offence, if Microsoft Research has its way.
Scientists at Singapore's Agency for Science Technology and Research have upped the storage densities of hard drives - with humble table salt.
Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge-E processors will be the company's first to ship with an all-in-one liquid cooling system.
Chip giant Intel is to drop out of the smart TV market due to a lack of demand for internet-enabled flatscreens.
Mobile chip manufacturer Qualcomm has revealed details of its next-generation smartphone and tablet S4 Snapdragon processors, codenamed Krait.
Taiwan component and computer manufacturer Asus has launched its ROG Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3 and P8Z68/Gen3 series motherboards.
India - home of incredibly cheap cars - is set to release a $35 (£23) tablet, aimed at students and school children.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 update is going well, with the tech giant announcing that 50% of its elegible customers now have access to the Mango-flavoured update.
Doubts surrounding the launch date and price of Asus' second Eee Pad Transformer have been rebuffed by Jerry Shen, the company's chief executive officer.
A patent filed by Microsoft proposes to use Kinect's body-detecting technology to guess the age of people using the Xbox peripheral.
A leaked video shows Microsoft's forthcoming update to its Xbox 360 dashboard, due to go live on 15 November.
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 devices can track users' locations when the camera application is activated, according to a proposed class action filed at a Seattle federal court.
We've previously reported on a RootzWiki-based collective hacking Android onto HP's TouchPad tablet, and now CyanogenMod has detailed its efforts thus far.
Microsoft has announced that its upcoming operating system, Windows 8, will feature native USB 3.0 support, something that has required separate drivers until this point.
AMD has updated its range of Fusion accelerated processing units, promising enhanced HD graphics and performance boosts.
Intel's Cedar Trail, the updated version of its wildly-popular, netbook-powering Atom chip, has been pushed back from a September release to November.