Google Wave is no more, Google announced this week.
Android is garnering an ever-widening share of the market, two new reports show. And if Apple isn't careful, the iPhone could eventually be eclipsed by Android devices.
Batman: Arkham City will hit PS3, 360, and PC in Fall 2011
iPhone 4 earned high marks on a recent customer survey. So much for all that 'death grip' nonsense.
Forget Madden 11. Today, the spotlight belonged to Madden NFL 09, which allegedly misused the likenesses of thousands of NFL players.
BlackBerry Torch, the newest smartphone from RIM, was introduced in New York City this morning. Pundits are predicting that the BlackBerry Torch could take a bite out of the Apple iPhone. We're not so sure.
Firefox, a browser developed by Mozilla, has lost valuable market shares to Google Chrome and a resurgent Internet Explorer. Some analysts now wonder whether Firefox will rebound or go the way of Netscape.
Twitter hit the 20 billion tweet mark over the weekend, a major milestone for the popular social-media site. But is Twitter actually getting bigger – or is Twitter just getting busier?
Last week, Amazon took the wraps off its latest Kindle e-reader. We pluck the highlights from a mountain of Kindle 3 review copy.
The Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi could mean the end of the road for other e-readers, some analysts are arguing.
RIM, the makers of the BlackBerry line of smartphones, is reportedly prepping an Apple iPad competitor dubbed the Blackpad.
iPod Nano music player occasionally catches fire when charging, a Japanese official said this week. Japan has demanded that Apple deliver a report by Aug. 4 on the precautions the company will take with future units.
StarCraft 2 reviews have hit the Web. So how does the newest installment in the StarCraft franchise stack up against the original?
The Magic Trackpad is Apple's take on the mouse. But the device is unlikely to wow anyone who has used a Mac laptop.
The white iPhone 4 is being delayed until Apple can rejigger the finicky external antenna, many bloggers are arguing. Apple, meanwhile, says the hold-up on the white iPhone 4 is simply a manufacturing hiccup.
Starcraft 2 review copies have not been provided to the tech press, which means reviews of Starcraft 2 won't hit the Web until tomorrow morning – at the earliest.
Apple announced today that the white iPhone 4 handset won't be available until later this year. The company offered only a minimal explanation on the white iPhone 4 shortage.