The original Nintendo console turned 25 years-old today.
Netflix streaming video is now available disc-free on the Nintendo and Sony consoles.
$8 million iPhone for sale by a British jeweler.
The average American teen sends an average of six text messages for every hour he or she is awake, Nielsen says.
Angry Birds will be free for Android users. But a maelstrom of interest from across the Web has crashed the site of Rovio, the Finnish company that makes Angry Birds.
'Shibboleet,' XKCD's new word, mixes geek speak with biblical lore.
Skype and Facebook have joined forces.
Verizon iPad breaks the AT&T stranglehold, sort of. The new deal between Apple and Verizon is something of a hack, but it's an official hack.
Verizon is said to be releasing a CDMA-capable iPhone sometime in 2011. And some are speculating that the Verizon iPhone will be a 4G affair.
Apple has scheduled a "Back to the Mac" event for October 20. Let the guessing game begin.
Smartphones with Windows 7 mobile operating system are designed to compete against Apple and Android. But some analysts are wondering whether Microsoft's smartphones strategy is swimming against the current.
Angry Birds is coming to the Windows 7 phone. Or then again, maybe not.
Twitter is set to attract millions more members in coming months, said Twitter co-founder Evan Williams.
X-Men: Destiny is the latest video game announcement from Silicon Knights and Activision.
John Lennon – the former guitarist and vocalist for the Beatles – would have been 70 on Saturday. And to celebrate, Google UK has uploaded an interactive Lennon doodle to its homepage.
Verizon 4G service will be available in Boston, Chicago, and Settle, among other major American hubs.
Verizon iPhone – the object of so much blog hype – is slated for an early 2011 launch, according to one newspaper.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says changes to the site will give Facebook users more control of private information.