Jorge Luis Borges, known for his speculative fiction writing, is celebrated with a Google Doodle today. The illustration resembles Borges' own work, a peek into the future from the perspective of a man alive before digital computers.
Cell networks went down in many areas immediately following the 5.8-magnitude quake. But Verizon, AT&T, and others say there was no damage to their networks. Here's why.
The 'Facebook Law' infringes upon the rights of educators, a teachers union in Missouri says.
The BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360, and 9370 were unveiled by RIM this week.
New Apple rumors say a less expensive, 8GB iPhone 4 could arrive within weeks. Reports suggest that the model will appeal to lower income families and countries. But what's behind these latest Apple rumors?
Google has acquired Motorola Mobility, a company with a whole lot of valuable patents. But of the 17,000 patents, Google especially prizes 18, according to a new report.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution arrives on consoles and PCs this week. And the early reviews are very, very good.
HP Touchpad: $99 fire-sale price ignites huge demand for the webOS tablet. Get 'em while you can.
The iPad 3 is on the way, perhaps as soon as early 2012, according to one new report.
Google Maps has added a weather layer. Is it any good?
HP TouchPad was released barely a month ago but the tablet never took off and HP pulled the ejector handle. A win for Apple's iPad. A lose for those who bought an HP TouchPad.
AT&T is drastically rejiggering its text plan. And not everyone is happy about it.
HP will discontinue operations for its tablets and smartphones, the company announced today.
The iPhone 5 will hit store shelves in early October, according to two new reports.
HP is looking to expand the reach of its webOS operating system. Look for HP autos and maybe even egg beaters. Maybe.
The PlayStation 3 is getting a price drop of fifty bucks. Meanwhile, will the Sony Vita portable be DOA?
A 4G LTE iPhone is on the way, one site says. The catch: It may not be a 4G LTE iPhone 5.
Ever wonder the whereabouts of President Obama? Foursquare can tell you. The commander and chief has joined the location-based social network. Now you can get Obama, Foursquare, and details on his three-day bus tour, all in one place.
Firefox 6 rolled out this week as part of Mozilla's "rapid release" schedule. So how does Firefox 6 stack up to Chrome, IE9, and Firefox 5?