Verizon Wireless has wrongly levied data fees on about 15 million customers. The refunds are in the mail.
3D TV systems on the market today rely on glasses to rapidly deliver separate images to each eye, which creates a sense of three-dimensional depth. Toshiba's new 3D TV display does not require special glasses.
Smartphones: Microsoft says Motorola phones that use Google Inc.'s Android software step on Microsoft technology.
Medal of Honor has changed the name of one of the teams in its multiplayer mode. But the gameplay remains the same.
The Flintstones is a classic. Fifty years after the show first aired, Fred, Wilma, and the gang are still popular enough to gain a seat atop Google's homepage. But their place in the cartoon pantheon doesn't mean that they're infallible. The Flintstones did some pretty stupid things in their day. Here are five of the dumbest. Click through to read them all.
Gmail Conversation Button will soon get a toggle switch, allowing users to receive messages individually or in the context of a larger thread.
Meet The Flintstones Google Doodle, a cartoon homage to America's favorite stone-age family.
Borders will soon expand its Kobo line to include a Wi-Fi-powered device. But does the Kobo really stand a chance against the Amazon Kindle?
A new crop of games, led by PlayStation Move and Xbox Kinect, steps up motion-sensing technology.
BlackBerry PlayBook, the new tablet computer from RIM, should hit the market in early 2011.