The Xbox 360 beat out the Nintendo Wii in November, one analyst said. Meanwhile, Microsoft has launched a new Xbox software package, and both Nintendo and Microsoft edge closer to issuing new gaming platforms.
Carrier IQ, the embattled tech company, said on Friday that it is aware of the "sensitive" nature of the data it collects.
Google is reportedly considering launching an e-commerce site with features similar to Amazon Prime, according to a new report.
Carrier IQ, a California company founded in 2005, could be logging the keystrokes and text messages of millions of mobile phone users.
The Jetman takes to the air again, this time alongside the Breitling Jet Team.
Last week, tech companies such as Google and Yahoo spoke out against SOPA and PIPA, two bills aimed at cracking down on online copyright infringement in a way that some call overbearing. Now, with newspapers running more pieces critical of the legislation, the opposition could intensify.
Siri, the voice-activated assistant on the new iPhone 4S, is apparently filtering out certain results, including the location of nearby abortion clinics.
Wednesday's special Google doodle wished a happy birthday to Mark Twain. The American writer was born 176 years ago. Well, Twain wasn't born then. A fellow named Samuel Clemens was. The pen name "Mark Twain" came many years later. Twain stands among many great pseudonyms. Some are obviously fake – Vin Diesel and Sting. But others might surprise you – John Wayne and Alan Alda. Here are 30 of the best from books, movies, TV, and music.
Google is honoring the 176th birthday of Mark Twain with one of its trademark doodles. Consummate technophile that he was, Twain would no doubt have appreciated it.
A Google doodle gave Mark Twain a warm birthday salute on Wednesday. But Facebook would have given Mark Twain a hard time. It's company policy, Mr. Clemens.
iPhone explodes on a flight into Sydney, reportedly filling the cabin with smoke. Battery problems happen, but a "red glow"? Not good.
Apple iTV is real, according to one source, and should hit shelves in 2012. Meanwhile, Microsoft wants to put Kinect motion controls into a TV set, says a new report.
The iPhone had a huge October in England, roundly defeating Google's Android operating system.