Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Residential market rents stagnate in Q3 2015 New communities and gated villas outperform wider market Residential rents rise by 4.1% in 2015 Commercial office market remains flat   Sharjah’s residential property market is starting to show signs of softening at...
Semiconductor maker Micron Technology is closing a manufacturing facility in Puerto Rico and moving the work to China.Around 185 jobs are affected by the closure, which is due to be completed by the end of...
The PC business can't climb out of the four-year hole it's dug for itself, researcher IDC said today.Shipments of new personal computers will drop 10% in the fourth quarter -- which is two-thirds over --...
The $40 billion NXP-Freescale merger creates one supplier of all the chips needed for cars as they evolve toward driving themselves, executives of the two companies say. The two big silicon vendors, Freescale Semiconductor and NXP...
AT&T announced Monday it will expand its 1Gbps GigaPower fiber optic broadband service to 38 more cities, bringing the total to 58 locales.The carrier also said it launched GigaPower on Monday in Los Angeles and...
Microsoft on Friday told shareholders that it has settled a lawsuit brought last year against former CEOs Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates, the company's board of directors and other top executives over a $732 million...
Both sides in the fight over net neutrality said they're confident of victory over a federal appeals court that's hearing legal challenges to the FCC's actions on the hotly contested issue. Lawyers gave oral arguments in...
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are working on artificial intelligence software that could one day act like a personal assistant, whispering directions to get to a restaurant, put together a book shelf or repair a...
Drones are one of the hottest things in tech right now, but besides being fun to play with, they can be a menace to airports and a hindrance to firefighters. The rules around drone use...
Privacy issues will likely stay at the forefront of the FTC's focus next year thanks to the commission's appointment of Lorrie Cranor as its new chief technologist. Cranor, a professor of computer science and engineering and...