Microsoft is officially calling it “the end of life,” a phrase used to tell users that it no longer will support the Windows XP operating system.
SAN FRANCISCO - Imagine being able to control your computer and manipulate on-screen objects not with a mouse, keyboard or even your voice, but with a wave of your hand.
Hearing that Windows 8 arrived made me laugh because I'm still using Windows XP on my computer. The last computer I bought I paid extra to have XP installed. New technology drives me crazy.
The University of Arizona is looking for ways to improve computer security after being targeted by a hacker group that claims to have breached dozens of university websites around the world.
Fast Rhino is opening a new computer store in Oro Valley, after operating a mobile computer service in the area since 2004.
Tucson-area software wizards will break out the energy drinks and come together for a 24-hour codefest starting Friday evening at the inaugural Startup Tucson Hackathon at Spoke6.
Apple worker, left, demonstrates an iPad to customers in Palo Alto, Calif. Apple's third-quarter growth figures, released after markets closed Tuesday, failed to meet expectations, and its stock dropped more than 5 percent in after-hours trading.
NEW YORK - More consumers are buying the least-expensive versions of Apple's iPhones and iPads, a new phenomenon that is causing the company's breakneck growth rate to slow.
Q: A computer salesman told me that small netbook computers are going to go away, and will be replaced by tablet computers. I thought this wasn't good news for me because I travel and need a computer that's lighter than a laptop but can handle more standard PC software. However, the salesman…
Rodney Adkins, a senior vice president at IBM, with one of IBM's new PureSystems units at a company lab in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
IBM Corp. has rolled out a new category of "expert integrated" systems it calls a major step forward in simplifying corporate computing.
Taking advantage of the spacious, renovated downtown library at Pima Community College are (clockwise, from left) Diane Campos, Jessie Diaz and Ben Islas. "I like the new version better because I can wander around, look at books and hang out," says PCC student Alexis Bruce.
Pima Community College has unveiled a $1 million renovation of
its downtown library - a colorful study space and hangout
You can drop off electronic junk for free recycling this week at
the University of Arizona.