3D movies? Check. 3D TV? Check. Now Nintendo says it will unveil a 3D gaming device called the Nintendo 3DS.
A new report shows that 44 percent of apps tested for the Apple iPad are video games. That's good news for video game fans everywhere.
The Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus will soon be available on the AT&T network. Meanwhile, a Dell phone called the Aero sails for US shores.
According to one report, Apple has already sold hundreds of thousands of iPad tablet computers. But will the device duplicate the success of the iPhone?
As Microsoft and Sony gin up support for their motion-control systems, a Sega exec says both Project Natal for Xbox 360 and the PlayStation Move will be bolstered by top-notch content.
The Kodak Theater HD Player aims in the right direction, but this PC-to-TV connector doesn't quite hit a bull's-eye.
Compared to the Droid and iPhone, the Google Nexus One has pitiful sales numbers. But is such a comparison fair?
Omar Ramos-Lopez, a former employee of a used car dealership in Texas, allegedly powered down 100 cars by hacking into a vehicle-immobilization system.
In a new ad starring the actor Jerry Lambert, Sony hypes up the forthcoming PlayStation Move and dismisses its nearest competitors, Microsoft's Project Natal and the Nintendo Wii. Will the ad be a hit for Sony?
The AT&T ZERO charger shuts down when not in use, reportedly eliminating the dreaded 'vampire suck.'
From Pandora to YouTube, there's plenty of free Irish music online. Here are three of the best ways to enjoy a St. Patrick's Day jig.
Under attack from nimbler rivals such as Netflix and Redbox, Blockbuster has hinted it could soon file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Google Nexus One joins AT&T. Just don't ask about the price tag.
Kratos takes on Olympus in this PS3 exclusive, and the God of War 3 review scores are sterling.
This week, Tim Bray was appointed 'developer advocate' for Google's Android operating system. Bray wasted no time teeing off on the Apple iPhone.
For the week ending March 16, Facebook pulled in more traffic in America than Google. But could Facebook ever really knock Google off its perch?
Twitter CEO Evan Williams has taken the wraps off @anywhere, a service which will allow users to access their Twitter feeds from third-party sites. As of SXSW, initial @anywhere launch partners include the New York Times and the Huffington Post.
To ensure Americans are getting what they paid for, the FCC offers a free Internet connection speed test.
February was a rough month for video game sales. One bright spot: demand for the Sony PS3 and the Microsoft Xbox 360 were up. Will PlayStation Move and Project Natal help?
The online Apple Store went down for several hours early Friday morning, as Apple updated the site to accommodate the iPad pre-order rush.