Atari's Greatest Hits app seems to break the iTunes rules. Why doesn't Apple care?
Flying submarine? Well, sort of. The latest invention unveiled by the team at Virgin is an 8,000-pound, carbon-fiber sub – with wings. What will this flying submarine do for undersea exploration?
Verizon iPhone users report similar levels of satisfaction than their counterparts at AT&T. But only one iPhone drops an average of 4.8 percent of all calls.
iPad 2 – the successor to the Apple iPad – is a favorite among Consumer Reports staffers.
Windows Phone 7 software is poised to leave Apple in the dust, according to one new report
Windows 8 has not yet been announced. But if Windows 8 did exist, it might include the Ribbon interface.
Epsilon says a recent hack revealed only email addresses and names – not financial information.
You can control the flame on Google's Robert Bunsen tribute. Did you figure out how?
Cheezburger Network has acquired Know Your Meme – reportedly for a whole lot of cheese. What will the Cheezburger empire gobble up next?
Nintendo 3DS, the latest Nintendo device, has busted company sales records.
Mass Effect 2: Arrival is the last installment in the Mass Effect 2 saga.
The New York Times paywall goes into effect this afternoon. But some critics think the Times is making a big mistake.