Droid Pro, Verizon's answer to the BlackBerry, should hit store shelves on Nov. 18.
Wi-Fi access will be free on Delta, Air Tran, and Virgin America flights this holiday season, thanks to a Google-sponsored free Wi-Fi event.
Tesla Motors, which recently opened a new factory in the California town of Fremont, has received $30 million in investment capital from Panasonic. In exchange, Panasonic gets a two percent investment stake in Tesla Motors.
Skyfire iPhone app has been pulled from the Apple iTunes store amid a surge of consumer demand. Skyfire reps said they were working to increase server capacity.
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Verizon iPhone will hit next year, Fortune mag says, but this iPhone may not work outside the US.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds isn't set to hit store shelves until 2011. But that doesn't mean gamers can't start speculating about the full cast of characters. The latest rumor: Mike Haggar will take a star turn in the latest Marvel vs. Capcom game.
Group buying with One Block Off the Grid can drive down solar panels' upfront costs.
Traditional mobile phones have begun the march towards obsolescence as the market slows. Meanwhile the smartphone market continues to boom.
The company NCell has built a series of 3G towers in the Everest area. And not everyone thinks that's a good idea.
Nexus Two, a successor to the Google Nexus One, is being prepared by Samsung, one blogger reported today. Others aren't so sure.