Droid 2 has arrived on Verizon Wireless. So what are the reviewers saying about the latest handset in the popular Motorola Droid line?
Verizon iPhone gossip again surged across the Web this week, in the wake of a new anonymously-sourced rumor.
Twitter this week introduced the Tweet Button, which lets users quickly link to content outside the Twitter network.
Dell Streak is set for a Friday release. But how many users are in the market for a 'tweener' device?
The Wizard of Oz gets its own Google doodle. But isn't the search engine late to the party?
Dell Streak is something of a 'tweener' device, some critics are arguing, and that could prove problematic for Dell.
Droid 2 is set for launch on Thursday – almost exactly a month after the launch of the Droid X.
Verizon iPhone gossip again gripped the blogosphere yesterday. But what do our reader think of the possibility that the iPhone – previously available only on AT&T – might soon become available on Verizon?
Verizon iPhone rumors are a favorite pastime on the Web. But one tech blogger says that this time, the Verizon iPhone is really, totally, definitely set for a 2011 launch.
Droid 2, the follow-up to the popular Motorola Droid handset, will hit stores late this week, tech industry insiders say.
Madden 11 review scores suggest this year's football title is good – yet still not perfect.
Android is the most popular mobile OS in the country, according to a report released earlier this week. Now, a second study is showing that Android sales have buoyed the smartphone market to its best ever Q2.
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.