Global PC shipments falling more than expected
A handful of financial analysts have recently trimmed their forecasts for top PC chipmaker Intel's first-quarter results because of concerns over weak PC sales.
Next Intel CEO to guide new business, maybe Apple deal
Manufacturing chips on behalf of other companies is a major departure for Intel
Intel Israel more than doubles exports, mulls new investment
The company accounted for 20 percent of Israel's high-tech exports last year and 10 percent of its industrial exports, excluding diamonds.
SanDisk's modest revenue forecast prompts selloff
Like other memory chipmakers, SanDisk has been hurt in recent quarters by a drop in prices for NAND flash chips
PC titans take notes from tablets to regain customers
Many of the laptops to be unveiled around the world in coming months will be hybrids or convertibles
Analysis: Once reliable technology sector drags down earnings
Wall Street expects the tech sector's fourth-quarter earnings to be down 1.1 percent from a year ago
“Our focus on niche segments gives us an added advantage”
Category : Interviews
Technology : Infrastructure
Guruswamy Ganesh, Vice President and Country Manager of Freescale Semiconductor India, discusses the trends and technologies currently shaping the market.
25% fewer women access Internet: Report
Technology : Web Technologies
There are 200 million lesser women online than men
Intel bets big on thin PCs and phones at Vegas show
Tries hard to prove it still has a bright future
Cars, homes smarten up at Vegas tech extravaganza
The conference begins today to showcase intriguing innovations