Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a conference call this week that hybrid laptop/tablets would not please anyone.
Apple earnings report had some impressive sales numbers: a 94 percent profit increase over last year, and huge profits on iPad and iPhone sales. A lot of the growth is coming from Asian markets, and Apple earnings are expected to expand there in months to come.
Google Drive, the new cloud storage system from Google, launches this week.
Samsung says Ice Cream Sandwich will be rolled out to a range of its smartphones and tablets. Unless, of course, your carrier is T-Mobile.
Diablo 3, the much-anticipated fantasy game, is scheduled for launch in North America on May 15. In the meantime, you can get your hands on the Diablo 3 beta version.
In Australia, Apple is defending the 4G designation on its new iPad, despite complaints from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
The European Union has approved the Sony-led acquisition of EMI Music. But there are strings attached.
The XOLO X900, a smartphone built by Lava and powered by an Intel Atom chip, is set for launch later this month in India, Intel announced this week.
The Nokia Lumia 900 has sold out of online stores in the States, Nokia said this week. But overseas, the prospect for the Lumia line may be more grim.
RIM, the maker of the BlackBerry handset, hopes young Indian consumers will snap up the BlackBerry Curve 9220, a relatively inexpensive BlackBerry handset.
The FCC has fined Google $25K for stonewalling government investigators.
Microsoft says it will introduce three Windows 8 editions, including Windows RT, an version optimized for ARM tablets and PCs.