Apple is prepping a new tablet called the iPad Mini. So how will the iPad Mini measure up to the current, full-sized iPad?
If Deutsche Telekom does indeed acquire MetroPCS, it would give T-Mobile some extra clout in the US market.
iPhone 5 violates Samsung patents, alleges the Korean company. Samsung hopes to block sale of the iPhone 5 in the US.
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite matches the Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight on price (as long as you don't mind looking at a couple of advertisements).
Microsoft will release the Windows 8 operating system later this month. But it may be having trouble ginning up interest in the OS.
Apple Maps has caused consumers "frustration," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement today. He pledged that the company would work to improve the maps app on the iPhone 5 and iOS 6.
Mozilla released an ID system this week called 'Persona,' which promises to be easier and more secure than traditional username/password combinations. However, Mozilla admits the system, still in beta, has a few downsides.
Apple says it is working to make the experience on its much-maligned iOS 6 Apple Maps app 'even better.' Meanwhile, iPhone 5 users continue to pine for the days of Google Maps.
Google already maps the earth, the sky, and the streets. Now, along with a birthday Google doodle, the search engine maps underwater.
Google Maps could be coming back to the iPhone a lot sooner than any of us thought.
RIM may be down, but the BlackBerry maker isn't out yet.
Apple is having trouble immediately fulfilling pre-order demand for the iPhone 5. And according to a new report, that's thanks to the new 'in-cell' display technology.
Apple factory brawl? A brawl in Taiyuan, China, leaves at least 40 Foxconn workers injured. Foxconn's factory network makes parts for Sony, Amazon, and Apple. No word on what devices will be affected.
The Apple iPhone 5 sold well in its opening weekend, Apple announced. Still, stock opened down two percent Monday morning.