Amazon will continue to sell Macmillan e-books. But the company ain't happy about it.
This year, more automakers will roll out electric cars to American roadways.
Friday's full moon – or the wolf moon – will be larger than any other in 2010. Here's why.
New data from the Highway Loss Data Institute finds that laws requiring hands-free devices for cell phones don't change accident rates.
Could the Apple iPad edge the Sony Reader into extinction? Not yet, says the president of Sony’s Digital Reading Division.
On Thursday, AT&T announced it was pouring $2 billion into improving network infrastructure in 2010. Among the major beneficiaries are the Apple iPad and the Apple iPhone, which has strained the company's network in recent months.
The new iPad might be "the best browsing experience you’ve ever had." But it still won't load Flash websites.
After a false start in 2005, a Netflix rep says the company will begin to expand video-streaming services to other countries.
Few guessed that the iPad would be under $1,000. But has Apple hit the magic number?
The Google Nexus One smart phone is getting a software update to help with 3G coverage, its speech recognition won't pass along swear words, and it's most definitely not coming to your local big-box.
Despite complaints about data and voice service for the iPhone, an Apple rep said he is satisfied with AT&T service.
Google Voice: iPhone version cuts out App Store in favor of an Web-browser approach.