Seven Questions for Evernote CEO Phil Libin

Building a “Nike for the mind.”
Phil Libin at WWDC 2013

The World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer Is Still in China

What the top American machine lacks in raw power, it makes up for in efficiency.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Costs $237 to Build, Teardown Analysis Shows

Samsung buys a lot of components from itself.

A Quarter of Patents This Year Will Be Mobile-Related

So it looks like continued full employment for intellectual property lawyers.

Fujitsu Steps Out With GPS Cane Concept

Fujitsu’s GPS cane keeps you headed in the right direction.

Smartphone Makers See New Market in Old People

As the smartphone market matures, device makers are looking to create products specifically for the gray-haired set.

Fujitsu Not Pleased With Windows 8 Demand, Either

Another “enthusiastic” response …

Fujitsu Seeking Way Into Crowded U.S. Smartphone Market

In an interview, a top Fujitsu executive says the Japanese computer giant is still figuring out how to make its mark in the States, with an entry planned for later this year or early next year.

Cisco Lays Out Aggressive Strategy to Capture More Cloud Business

Networking giant Cisco Systems has been talking for awhile now about its intentions to become a big supplier of cloud infrastructure. Today it got specific, with a portfolio of products it collectively calls CloudVerse.

IBM and HP Dominated Server Sales Last Quarter

But Hewlett-Packard is dominating the market a little bit less than before.