Zynga has filed for a $1 billion IPO. But is Zynga too dependent on Facebook for its growth?
Anonymous has again embarked on a reign of cyber-destruction – this time targeting several public safety sites in the state of Arizona.
For the first time, smart phone sales have pulled ahead of feature phone sales. Android’s still on top of the heap, but Apple’s iPhone is going strong.
The Google+ invite mechanism was reportedly shut down last night after 'insane demand' for access flooded the system.
Happy iPhone birthday! The iPhone first launched in June of 2007. And what a trip it's been.
HP TouchPad review scores are rolling in. Critics have positive words, but worry that the strong tablet market may wash away the HP TouchPad before it has a chance to grow.
MySpace, once the king of the social media heap, has been sold for a price unthinkable just a few years ago.
Google+ has launched in a limited beta. But the reception for this new Google social network has been lukewarm.
Google+ will 'fix' online sharing, Google promised this week.
Android phones are selling by the bucketload – no surprise to Android watchers.
The iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S: It may not be an either/or proposition.
Star Wars Galaxies will go offline in September, Sony Online Entertainment and LucasArts announced this week. But Star Wars Galaxies is just making room for another MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
With the body of a Nokia N9 and the brains of Windows Phone 7, Sea Ray shows the promise of Nokia and Microsoft's new partnership.
Amazon chief Jeff Bezos says the clock will stand watch over the "rise and fall" of "whole civilizations."