E3 2011 kicks off today. If you want to stay on top of all of the Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony news, here's a handy cheat sheet on each of their keynotes.
The Samsung Exhibit 4G and Samsung Gravity Smart will be sold by T-Mobile for under $80, with a data plan and a contract.
Windows 8 is designed to work on both PCs and tablets, Microsoft announced this week. But the emphasis – for now – seems to be on the tablet part of the Windows 8 equation.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings warned today that the Netflix streaming library is unlikely to expand anytime soon.
HTC Sensation 4G, the latest phone from HTC, was unveiled this week by T-Mobile.
iOS 5 could include upgraded widgets, over-the-air updates, and iCloud support for iPad and iPhone.
Call of Duty Elite, a new social media service from Activision, will launch in November, at the same time as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Apple is almost certainly getting ready to release a cloud-based music service. So what's inside the 'iCloud'?
Cookiejacking could let hackers compromise Facebook profiles, says a computer security expert. But Microsoft argues cookiejacking isn't a high risk threat.
Mac users, accustomed to computer security through obscurity, have weathered a pair of malware attacks. This time, it's Mac Guard.
Google Wallet, a mobile payments system, will launch on the Nexus S smartphone as soon as this summer.
Mango makes any Windows Phone a social media machine, Microsoft says.
Mark Zuckerberg says the under-13 set should be able to sign on to Facebook, despite a US law saying otherwise. Could a fight from Mark Zuckerberg change the law?