Motorola Backflip will be the first phone on the carrier to use Android, and introduces some intriguing design features.
Twitter has benefited from the 2009 launch of Google's real-time search function, one new study shows.
Google Buzz hasn't exactly been a groundbreaking hit for Google. Now one woman is determined to stand up for Buzz users everywhere.
Satirical website Please Rob Me points out a worrisome byproduct of Twitter, FourSquare, and location-aware services.
The partnership between Skype and Verizon is a major breakthrough for VOIP company, which has long fought to be heard on mobile phones.
HBO GO, a new video-streaming service, is set to launch tomorrow. And in at least one major way, HBO GO has a leg-up on Netflix.
Not everyone is in love with Google Buzz. Did Google take too long to acknowledge the platform's shortcomings?
Drones are just part of a bid to automate combat. Can virtual ethics make machines decisionmakers?
How teenager Jamie Bell made the viral video A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything.
The Cyber ShockWave simulation tests America's response to a computer attack.
The HTC Desire is already scooping up the buzz. But is it better than Google's Nexus One?
Medals made from electronics and a list of tweeting Olympians highlight this list of tech touches you may not have noticed.
The US military's airborne laser scores its first direct hit.
Is there room for another tech blog? Dan Abrams is betting the answer is yes.
This week, Google rolled out a new social media platform. But not everyone is in love with Google Buzz.
The Frisbee inventor, Walter Fredrick Morrison, leaves behind millions of plastic discs and one of America's most popular pastimes.
Many have spoken out about how Google Buzz handles users' contact lists. Here's how to stay on top of what you share.
The comedy duo from I Love Local Commercials cranked out another goofy video, T-Shirt Wars.
MySpace has struggled to compete with Facebook and upstart Twitter in recent months. Now, the once reigning social media king will put its remaining clout behind MySpace Music.
There are early reports that Iran plans to shut down Google's email service, a possible blow to protesters who have used Gmail in the past to help organize rallies. Twitter, meanwhile, appears to still be up and running in Iran.