iCloud, iOS 5, and Mac OS Lion make up the three big announcements in Steve Job's keynote at WWDC.
Rep. Anthony Weiner apparently confused Twitter's "message" function with its "mention" function. Here's how to keep them straight.
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'?