At E3 this week, Nintendo provided additional details about its forthcoming Wii U console.
Facebook is building technology that would allow users under the age of 13 to access the social network, according to a new report.
SmartGlass, the new service for the Xbox 360, appears to steal a little thunder from the forthcoming Wii U.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the most anticipated video game shows of the year. This time around, developers and designers from companies such as Activision and Electronic Arts will be showcasing their new and unreleased products among about 200 registered exhibitors. Here are five games to look for this year – but we also want to hear from you. Let us know about your most anticipated titles in the comments.
Microsoft has introduced a preview version of its new Windows 8 Store, which will get a full launch later this year.
Cricket Communications will begin offering a prepaid iPhone to US customers.
The Android-powered IdeaTab S2109 was introduced by Lenovo this week. The IdeaTab, which is powered by the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, will reportedly retail for $349.
The SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station. Now, it heads back to earth.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told an audience in California this week that Apple had a 'lot of people' working on a new version of Siri.
Google is celebrating the 166th birthday of Peter Carl Fabergé, whose ornate eggs made him the Steve Jobs of his day. But with eggs instead of consumer electronics.
The latest version of Google's cloud-centric Chrome OS resembles a "regular" desktop operating system in a lot of ways. The revamp, and new Chromebook and Chromebox hardware from Samsung, show how much Chrome OS has matured in the three years since its inception.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has said he won't take the quarterly $75 million payments he would earn under a new Apple employee policy.