Windows Phone software will replace Symbian on all Nokia phones, reps for Nokia and Microsoft said today.
Thomas Edison would have turned 164 today. What better way to celebrate the great inventor than with an animated Google logo?
Verizon iPhone handsets go on sale across the country today. So which free apps should Verizon iPhone owners download?
X-Men: First Class trailer, showing off the latest movie in the popular X-Men series, appears online today. The movie is set to debut this summer.
TouchPad, the new tablet computer from HP, will run webOS, an operating system originally developed by Palm.
iPad 2 – a refreshed version of the popular Apple tablet computer – is already in production, according to one new report. Cue the iPad 2 countdown.
Amazon Kindle e-books currently use location numbers. But real page numbers are on the way, Amazon said today.
The newest addition to the Kyocera phones line-up is the Sprint Echo, a dual-screen handset.
Google's salute to Jules Verne has lots of nooks and crannies. Did you find the sunken crown? How about the divers?
Google celebrates Jules Verne on his 183rd birthday with a new '20,000 Leagues' interactive doodle.
White iPhone holdouts could soon be rewarded for their patience. The long-lost model may have finally emerged from its nine-month nap.
Verizon iPhone data plans will include an unlimited monthly plan – something AT&T had, then ditched. But are unlimited data plans really such a good deal?
Battlefield 3, the latest entry in the popular FPS franchise, is set for release in fall of 2011. In the meantime, EA has released a short Battlefield 3 trailer.
AT&T iPhone users may qualify for a free MicroCell, which acts as a personal cellphone tower. But there are a couple of catches, according to a report.
Verizon iPhone review scores have centered on the stellar voice service. But, really, it's the same ol' iPhone.