The forthcoming Galaxy S3 is set to be the first mobile to contain Samsung's new quad-core Exynos 4412 processor.
HP is releasing components of its webOS 3.0.5 as open source. WebOS CTO Sam Greenblatt has announced that the additional components will be branded as "Community Edition".
Sharp president Miko Katayama is set to step down after a record loss forecast of $3.5 billion for 2011.
Twitter has bought fellow microblogging service Posterous, which it will continue to run uninterrupted.
Kodak is set to sell its Kodak Gallery online photo-sharing and printing service to rival Shutterfly.
A text message that mistakenly included the word "gunman" thanks to autocorrect led to the lockdown of two US schools yesterday.
The major app platforms have all agreed to ensure that developers provide comprehensive privacy policies for their apps before download.
Samsung has taken the wraps off a new learning platform for its Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 which will go head-to-head with iTunes U.
Google, Facebook and other advertising networks have been caught using a workaround to circumvent security settings on Apple's Safari and Safari Mobile browsers.
Chemists at Washington State University have come up with a way to use Google's PageRank algorithm to more accurately model water molecule behaviour.
Zynga, creator of the addictive FarmVille and Words With Friends games has released its Q4 earnings report showing huge growth, but also a net loss.
The Apple iPad 3 will be available in a 4G LTE version for high-speed mobile data, according to reports.
Google has a "next generation personal communication device" in testing, according to a document held by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
India's online Microsoft store has been hacked, exposing the names, email addresses and passwords of its users, which were stored as plain text.
Research firm NPD Group has released the US games console hardware and software sales chart for January 2012, showing that the Xbox 360 is top of the pile.
Google is rumoured to be preparing to launch a new cloud storage service called Google Drive. Already a big cloud player with services such as Google Docs, it's surprising it took so long.
LG has released a video showing a first glimpse of the Optimus Vu, a smartphone with a 5-inch display with an unsual 4:3 aspect ratio.
Two Canadian telecommunications companies, Rogers and Bell, are rumoured to be testing out Apple iTV in their labs.
Google has announced that it is ready to begin installing its first fibre-optic broadband network after an extensive planning phase.
The Sony PlayStation Vita will get a firmware update on 8 February that adds maps and video recording.
A team of researchers at the University of Cambridge, led by Professor Arokia Nathan are working to develop technologies that would make daily phone charging a thing of the past.
Facebook has opened up its Open Graph platform to 60 new partners including Ticketmaster, Urbanspoon and RunKeeper.