When it comes to figuring your taxes, should you rely on software or turn to a pro?
Intel plans to trim more than 5,000 jobs from its workforce this year in an effort to boost its earnings amid waning demand for its personal computer chips.
Instead of working on computers, a laptop repair shop in Roseville is looking for them after a thief targeted the business overnight.
A computer system outage that caused flights of several major airlines to be delayed is back up and running today.
Kim Harrison has continuously educated herself both formally and informally to better her career in technology education.
Apple has named board member Arthur Levinson as its chairman.
Its ubiquitous products have already invaded the tech marketplace, and now Apple Inc. is seeking a fitting new Northern California home: a spaceship-like structure that will house an estimated 12,000 employees.
YouTube is partnering with universities to launch a new media program series for aspiring digital filmmakers.
CBS 13 has learned that millions of dollars will be transferred from California’s trial courts to a controversial computer system that’s been riddled with problems.
A nonprofit corporation owned by the University of New Mexico’s board of regents has filed a federal lawsuit against Intel Corp., claiming the computer chip manufacturing giant infringed on a university patent that helps in the production of advanced chips.