The Kindle Fire was launched this month by Amazon. But according to one tech site, Amazon is already prepping a pair of successors.
Scientists at Northwestern University announced new technology for batteries that could last 10 times as long and charge 10 times as fast as they do today. What would it be like to charge your laptop from empty to full in 15 minutes?
The parts inside an Amazon Kindle Fire cost more than the e-reader's sticker price, according to a new report. But that's always been the Amazon way.
Louis Daguerre gets the seat of honor today at Google. The photography pioneer invented a way to create permanent images, as the Google doodle suggests. But why does everyone look so serious?
Louis Daguerre's 224th birthday is celebrated with a Google family portrait.
SOPA "jeopardizes" Internet business, claim Twitter, Google, Yahoo and others. The SOPA bill amounts to "Internet censorship," some argue.
Google Music, a new MP3 store, was officially launched this week. So what makes Google Music different?
Facebook tracking triggers another round of criticism for the social network. This time, the FTC is offering the company a settlement over a legal complaint, while a Senate committee starts to ask: is Facebook tracking both users and non-users?
The Nook tablet is here. But how does the Nook hold up against the new Kindle Fire?
Tanooki suit in Super Mario 3D Land has PETA outraged. The animal rights groups says that Nintendo's Tanooki suit 'sends the message that it's OK to wear fur.'
Amazon Kindle Fire is poised to be a retail blockbuster, according to one analyst. What makes the Amazon Kindle Fire different from the steady success of the Nook Color?
Assassin’s Creed: Revelations hits shelves this week. Is the latest installment in the Assassin’s Creed series worth a look?
The Kindle Fire hits shelves this week. So how does the first-ever Amazon tablet stack up?
iTunes Match officially launches this week. Is it worth the $24.99 a year?