A British magazine has published details on the next Microsoft Xbox video game console. Just don't call it the Xbox 720.
The Nintendo Wii U launched over the weekend, and while critics generally like the new Nintendo machine, a few key features fall short.
The Nintendo Wii U will sell at two different price points – $299 and $349 – and launch with 23 titles, including Super Mario Bros. U.
Black Ops 2, the newest Call of Duty shooter from Activision, is likely to be the most successful game of the 2012 holiday season.
Google HQ has rolled out a new update for Google TV that includes voice commands and better YouTube integration.
Google says the LG-built Nexus 4 smartphone has sold out. Our advice? Take it with a grain of salt.
The HTC Droid DNA, a new smartphone powered by Verizon Wireless, will be equipped with a massive 5-inch, high-resolution display.
Windows and Windows Live President Steven Sinofsky is leaving Microsoft. What's behind his exit?
The Google homepage today celebrates Auguste Rodin, the Parisian sculptor of 'The Thinker,' 'The Kiss,' and other famous works.
The Samsung Galaxy S III was the best-selling phone in the third quarter of 2012, according to a new report.
A new report alleges that Foxconn, the Taiwanese tech manufacturer that builds parts for Apple iPads and iPhones, is eyeing the US.
Twitter sent out a large number of emails on Thursday warning users that their accounts might have been compromised. A few accounts were hacked, but it's not a large-scale assault. Twitter says it accidentally reset a large number of passwords for users who weren't under attack.
Before there was 'Twilight' or 'True Blood,' there was Bram Stoker. Books like 'Dracula' defined the genre for a century to come.
'Where do I vote,' you ask? Election 2012 is here. We run through a couple of online tools that help make the whole voting process much easier.