iOS 6 is here. But Apple Maps, an integral selling point of both iOS 6 and the iPhone 5, has been slammed by critics.
Following in Target's footsteps, Wal-Mart has announced it will no longer sell Amazon Kindle e-readers and Amazon Kindle Fire tablets.
HTC has introduced a pair of new Windows Phone 8 handsets: The 8X and the 8S. Both devices are expected to launch in November.
The Apple iPhone 5 officially launches on Friday. So how good is this new iPhone, anyway?
Twitter unveiled its new look, which puts a heavy emphasis on photos and videos and nudges profile pages closer to a Facebook-like design. Mobile Twitter apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices also support the new photo-centric approach.
Slated for launch in Europe and Latin America this fall, the Motorola RAZR i, which uses an Intel Atom chip, is said to be the smartest smartphone in existence.
The new iPhone record caused another record to be broken. Apple stock shot higher than ever before.
The iPhone 5 has shattered a record previously established by the iPhone 4S. Apple now says it may have trouble fulfilling pre-orders.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer promises Windows 8 will 're-imagine the world from the ground up.'
From smart phones that act as personal concierges to self-parking cars to medical robots, the artificial intelligence revolution is here. So where do humans fit in?
This week Google rolled out Bacon number, another fun feature that's sure to turn a lot of otherwise productive afternoons into time sinkholes. If you've ever wanted to automate the party game "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon," Google's got your back.
We survey a few hands-on tests of the forthcoming Apple iPhone 5.
The Nintendo Wii U, the successor to the top-selling Wii, will hit the holiday-shopping sweet spot. According to Nintendo, the base-level Wii U will retail for $299.
Google marks the 193rd anniversary of the birth of German pianist and composer Clara Schumann, widely regarded as on of the most gifted musicians of her time. By the age of 11, Schumann was touring internationally, and by 18 was granted Austria's highest musical honor. There is no formal definition of "child prodigy," but many psychologists define it as person who, by the age of 10, who can perform a skill at the level of an adult professional. Clara Schumann clearly fits this definition. But how did Clara Schumann become a prodigy? What ingredients – external and internal – combined in just the right way to produce her legendary artistry?Psychology has yet to develop a model that explains why some people can rapidly develop such extraordinary talent – whether it be in art, music, mathematics, or chess – at such an early age. And because prodigies are, by definition, rare, their gifts resist statistical analysis. But research has yielded the emergence of some themes. Here's a list of five traits shared by most child prodigies.
Why Apple and Samsung suits and counter suits still fly, and what's next.