After a false start in 2005, a Netflix rep says the company will begin to expand video-streaming services to other countries.
Already, AT&T has problems handling data requests from iPhone users in major cities such as San Francisco and New York. What happens when the Apple iPad hits the market?
Apple isn't the only company rolling out a tablet this year. Google is reportedly readying a sleek new netbook to compete with the iPad.
Few guessed that the iPad would be under $1,000. But has Apple hit the magic number?
Apple would have people believe its iPad tablet is the ultimate in mobile computing, but its large screen makes pocketing impossible.
Steve Jobs rolls out the iPad – part iPhone, part laptop
A recent survey shows that the overwhelming majority of developers are keen on working with the forthcoming Apple Tablet. That's good news for Apple, good news for the Tablet, and good news for you.
As details leak and anticipation mounts, everyone wants to know when to watch.
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.
A day before the expected Apple Tablet announcement, some are expressing doubts that the tablet could live up to the hype.
Barely one month after its release, the 3-D epic Avatar is $2 million away from sinking Titanic's record.
Apple is expected to unveil its Tablet device this week. Meanwhile, Taiwan-based Acer has announced it will wade into the tablet fray.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Bubble Wrap, and people can join the celebration with a few clicks of a mouse.
Flurry, an analytics firm based in San Francisco, recently said it had picked up data suggesting Apple was busy testing apps for the forthcoming Tablet.
Imperva has compiled a list of vulnerable Internet passwords. "123456" tops the list.
A wireless connection on the International Space Station allowed NASA Flight Engineer T.J. Creamer to log on to Twitter.
The latest version of the open-source Web browser gets back to its roots, putting new technology in the hands of its users, its developers say.