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.

Explaining What It’s Going to Do With All That Dough, Pinterest Unveils Stats on Strong Mobile and International Usage

Yes, you may say it out loud: Has Silicon Valley lost its mind?

What Last Week’s Anti-U.S. Shift in Internet Governance Means to You

Questions for Internet Governance expert Milton Mueller.

LinkedIn Challenges NSA Disclosure Rules in Court Filing

Another Silicon Valley company pushes back on the government’s data disclosure rules.

So Much for BlackBerry’s “Clear Shot” at Being No. 3 in the Smartphone Market

It’s not BlackBerry that has a clear shot at becoming the No. 3 platform in the smartphone market; it’s Windows Phone.

China Retakes Supercomputing Crown With a Lot of American Chips

Titan, America’s previous champ, is now No. 2.

Did Stuxnet Actually Improve Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities?

What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.

BlackBerry Z10’s U.S. Launch Just Weeks Away

Look for it the week of March 18.

iMac Ship Times Improve — If You Live in the U.S.

One to three days in the States. Significantly more than that everywhere else.

Samsung Loses Top U.S. Mobile Phone Vendor Title to Apple

The thrill of victory …

Why Cisco CEO John Chambers Loves Canada