Batman: Arkham City will hit PS3, 360, and PC in Fall 2011
Nerd nirvana? It's a video game museum that doubles as an arcade.
iPhone 4 earned high marks on a recent customer survey. So much for all that 'death grip' nonsense.
Forget Madden 11. Today, the spotlight belonged to Madden NFL 09, which allegedly misused the likenesses of thousands of NFL players.
BlackBerry Torch, the newest smartphone from RIM, was introduced in New York City this morning. Pundits are predicting that the BlackBerry Torch could take a bite out of the Apple iPhone. We're not so sure.
iPod Nano music player occasionally catches fire when charging, a Japanese official said this week. Japan has demanded that Apple deliver a report by Aug. 4 on the precautions the company will take with future units.
The white iPhone 4 is being delayed until Apple can rejigger the finicky external antenna, many bloggers are arguing. Apple, meanwhile, says the hold-up on the white iPhone 4 is simply a manufacturing hiccup.
Multitasking on smartphones, iPads, and the Mobile Web makes some feel smarter and others just more scattered. Is it changing how we think?
They may not be "digital natives," but senior citizens find connectedness through laptops and Facebook
Twitter has been growing fast, but the popular social media site has also been hit by outages and bugs. Now Twitter says it will open a new US data center to keep up with site growth.
YouTube today changed its 2 days logo to tease 'Life in a Day,' an experimental film project which begins – and ends – on July 24.