Google's Android and Nokia's Symbian OS will share control of the smartphone market by 2014, an analytics firm said Friday.
The homepage of the Dove World Outreach Center, home to the Rev. Terry Jones, was taken offline today. Web-hosting company Rackspace says Jones and Dove World violated its acceptable use policy.
T-Mobile G2, the successor to the first-ever Android handset, will hit shelves later this month. The G2 will use the HSPA+ high-speed network, T-Mobile says.
Google Instant starts hunting for results from the very first keystroke.
iOS 4.1, the latest operating system for the Apple iPhone, was released today.
Kinect, the new motion-sensing device for the Microsoft Xbox 360, will be available as a stand-alone peripheral. But gamers can also opt for an Xbox 360 bundle deal, Microsoft reps confirmed today.
Google logo secret message rumors abound. But what's really behind all those bouncing Google balls?
Samsung Fascinate will hit store shelves tomorrow. So how does the newest Samsung handset stack up?
Bouncy Google balls bob, bound, and ricochet all over the Google homepage today.
Twitter mobile use has grown 62 percent since April, a Twitter exec wrote today.
Apple Ping gets off to a rocky start.
Google Chrome turns 2 today – and Google is celebrating with the release of Chrome 6.
At its Sept. 1 event, Apple trotted out a new iPod Nano, a rekindled Apple TV, and even a brand new social network in iTunes 10. This annual fall bash held surprises for almost every device that Apple sells – with one notable exception. “It’s the biggest change in the iPod lineup ever,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the event. Click through to learn how.
Some call today's Apple announcement the 'annual iPod event,' the 'music keynote,' or even the launch of a new Apple TV.
Madden NFL Superstars hits Facebook this week. But don't expect Xbox-level graphical fireworks.
Apple rumors have run rampant today in advance of Wednesday's annual music event. We look at predictions from around the Web.
Xbox Live members will face higher fees starting this fall – and predictably, not everyone is impressed.
Nintendo DSi units will now go for $150 while the Nintendo DSi XL will set consumers back $170. The price cuts come in advance of the release of the Nintendo 3DS.
Android 2.2 has finally arrived for the Droid Incredible. Here's how to get it.