Apple iPad will shelves at retail giant Target – and just in time for Christmas.
Facebook went down today for the second time in a week.
Verizon iPhone rumors get the kibosh from Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg.
Xbox Live is readying a dashboard update intended in part to help make Xbox Live more compatible with the Kinect.
Nokia N8 is set for a late September launch, Nokia said recently. But don't be surprised if you don't get your N8 handset until October.
BlackPad could bring the corporate clout of BlackBerry to the sleek form factor of a tablet computer.
A Verizon iPhone is not yet a done deal. Still, anticipation remains high.
Netflix is expanding north of the border – can the rest of the world be far behind?
'Twitter hacked' doesn't really describe what happened. Nor does 'Twitter virus.'
Napster is back – and it's on a handful of handsets powered by Apple's iOS 3 or higher.
Facebook phone hardware rumored to be built by a third-party manufacturer – but the phone software would be developed in-house.
Chocolate genome may hold secrets for better sweets. That's why Mars and Hershey have spent millions to crack the code.
PlayStation Move may be four years behind the Nintendo Wii, but it's a major leap forward for the age of motion gaming. The new set of peripherals, available this weekend for the Sony PlayStation 3, doesn't revolutionize video games, but it shows Nintendo fans what they're missing out on: surprisingly precise controls paired with current-generation graphics. Click the blue arrows to check out the full review of PlayStation Move and several PS3 motion games.
PSP2 – an update to the Sony PlayStation Portable line – is forthcoming, one developer says. And the PSP2 is 'a pretty powerful machine.'
Samsung Galaxy Tab, among the first Android-powered tablet computers, has been listed on Amazon UK for the equivalent of more than $1,000. But what will the Samsung Galaxy Tab cost here in the states?
Fuel-efficient cars carry verdant pros, and pricey cons.
Epic Mickey marks a new direction for Mickey Mouse.
BlackBerry is losing out to Android in the smartphone market, slowly but surely.
Twitter gets a dynamic new two-pane design.