A quarter of a million people picked up Droid phones last week, according to one industry tracking firm. That's good news for Verizon Wireless, good news for Motorola, and good news for Droid aficionados the world over.
Facebook video of a 2006 Bugatti Veyron crash shows the car making a wall of water as it hits a Texas lagoon. No one was injured in the crash.
Get ready to upload: 1080p YouTube videos are coming next week, the company said today.
Gizmo5 lets Google act like a phone company. But now it might need to, well, act like a phone company.
Google's OS is said to be a week away, and developers are putting the final touches on a public beta of the Mac version of its browser.
On electronics of all sizes, 'refurbished' can mean ‘rebuilt.’ But it can also just mean ‘returned unused.’
Motivated seller needs to stay, uh, liquid. Make offer.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 became the highest grossing launch in entertainment history, pulling in $310 million in the US and UK alone.
The Upper West Side Apple store opens Saturday morning.
Windows 7 was not inspired by the Mac's graphics, Microsoft said Thursday, refuting a claim made by a Microsoft manager last month.
The US-based Planetary Society this week announced its second attempt to launch a small spacecraft with sails propelled by sunlight.
Netflix's PS3 Watch instantly discs went out last week – and will have to stick around through late 2010.
Modern Warfare 2's PS3 servers buckled under the weight of hundreds of thousands of simultaneous sign-in attempts, according to an Infinity Ward rep.
Microsoft Natal will go for between $50 and $80, and will be released in November 2010, a UK gaming site is reporting.
Sales soar as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 reviews pour in.
An RFID-equipped iPhone could open doors – literally – and advance the technology.
The seventh Sesame Street Google doodle appeared Tuesday, along with a high resolution gallery of the iconic images.
Google's free WiFi at 47 airports kicks off today, and runs through January 15.
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch said he would consider blocking Google spiders from indexing his companies' content.
The New Orleans National World War II Museum uses immersive tech to boost teaching power – and also entertain.