Garmin recalled upward of a million Nuvi GPS units today, saying the devices were at risk of overheating.
Internet phone service is the newest free Google app.
Digg has been redesigned, but the roll-out has not been particularly smooth.
Internet Explorer 9 sure looks a lot like Google Chrome, if this early screenshot means anything.
Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday asked Twitter users to write introductions for presenters at the 2010 Emmy Awards.
Dell Aero is the first Dell smartphone to hit the US market – if you don't count the Dell Streak.
Toshiba will release a 3D TV that utilizes glasses-free, autostereoscopy technology. One newspaper says the 3D sets will hit as soon as the end of the year.
Facebook Fast aims to remind people who their real 'friends' are.
Lady Gaga temporarily replaces Britney Spears as the most-followed person on Twitter.
The Google Nexus One has been revived by one very specific subset of consumers.
HP is set to launch two tablet computers in coming months, HP confirmed this week. One of the HP tablet devices would run WebOS, the operating system currently found on Palm smartphones.
Droid Pro rumors have rippled across the Web in recent days. But the Droid Pro is not – as some have predicted – a successor to the Droid X.
Facebook Places lets users announce where they are and who they're hanging out with – whether real or made-up.
BlackBerry Bold, the popular handset from RIM, will get a refresh for 2010.
By 2011, Verizon could introduce live streaming FiOS TV to tablet computers by next year, the company said today a press conference.
HTC is prepping a tablet powered by Google's Chrome OS, according to at least one outlet. Could a Google tablet knock the Apple iPad off its perch?
T-Mobile said the G2 would "break new ground" in the smartphone market. Few other details on the T-Mobile G2 were forthcoming.
BlackBerry Torch sales have been far from lively since the Torch's Aug. 12 launch. This week, several online retailers slashed the price of the BlackBerry Torch in half.
Plenty of people would like to see a dislike button on Facebook. But the link currently circulating the Web is a scam.