iTunes Match officially launches this week. Is it worth the $24.99 a year?
It won't be publicly available for another week, but the Amazon Kindle Fire is already generating tons of enthusiasm. One survey suggests the Kindle Fire might steal sales from Apple's iPad 2.
Ravioli is the meal of choice for Veterans Day, at least according to an Internet meme. But is it a real tradition?
Veterans Day lands on November 11 each year, as today's Google doodle celebrates. But why that date? The answer calls back to the original name for Veterans Day.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim hits shelves tomorrow, and according to the reviews, this fantasy game is (mostly) a masterpiece.
A new version of iOS 5 is live, and it should help solve the pesky battery life problem on the new iPhone 4S.
Mobile Flash is going the way of the dinosaur, Adobe announced today.
Gmail for BlackBerry is pretty much a goner, Google announced today.
Firefox 8 is born. Pay no mind to the fact that Mozilla's previous browser version is still a pup. This is all part of the Firefox strategy.
Modern Warfare 3 is finally Oscar Mike. So what are the critics saying about the latest installment in the Call of Duty franchise?
The Verizon Droid RAZR has arrived. So how does the new RAZR stack up to the flip phone of yore?
A new Verizon promotion, tied to the launch of the Droid RAZR, offers to double the amount of data that subscribes can download each month over 4G.
Marie Curie, whom Google is celebrating Monday with a Google Doodle in honor of her 144th birthday, lived her life awash in ionizing radiation. More than a century later, her papers are still radioactive.
Marie Curie advanced not only science, but also women's place in the scientific community. For that, Google honors her Monday with a special doodle.