But the real Droid Bionic is coming, probably in September.
The Sony Tablet P and Tablet S debuted at the IFA in Berlin this week.
An AT&T and T-Mobile merger would mean 'higher prices' for customers, says the Justice Department, which is suing to block the deal. Is the AT&T and T-Mobile merger now a bust?
The highly-acclaimed Samsung Galaxy S II smart phone is coming to the U.S., appearing first from Sprint. But there are indications that Verizon might pass it over for a newer Samsung handset instead.
HP TouchPad will go on sale again at the same $100 price as soon as HP can restart assembly lines. What will Apple do?
iTunes Match is expected to hit this fall, with the launch of iOS 5, and according to one new report, the streaming option will be left out.
Netflix will soon inaugurate its new pricing plan. But don't expect a mass exodus.
Pop divas Eguchi Aimi and Hatsune Miku have throngs of fans across Japan, an impressive feat considering both singers are computer generated. They lead a growing trend in Japan of artificial stars seizing the spotlight. Here are videos of some of the most popular. Look for "Uncanny Valley: Will we ever learn to live with artificial humans?" – the Monitor's full story on what these fabricated 'humans' tell us about real ones.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will fall somewhere in between the 7-inch original and the 10.1-inch update. Can this Galaxy Tab draw the interest of 'modern professionals on the move'? Samsung thinks so.
iPhone N94 prototype photos published by MacPost are being cited as evidence that Apple is close to releasing a budget device.
BBM Music is set to launch by the end of this year on BlackBerry phones. Is this the jolt that RIM needs?
Tim Cook, the hand-picked successor of Steve Jobs, is Apple's new CEO. Who is he, and what might the post-Jobs Apple look like?
Apple 'is not going to change,' according to new CEO Tim Cook.
A raft of new words were added to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary this month. Among the new words: 'sexting,' 'cyberbullying,' and 'retweet.'
Nokia announced today that it would soon roll out three new handsets, the 600, 700, and 701, all powered by the Symbian Belle OS.
Lift is the first project to be funded by the Obvious Corporation, a company headed by the founders of Twitter.
Jorge Luis Borges abandoned much that was standard in his writing. And that's what his biographers were forced to do, too.
A Sprint iPhone 5 will launch alongside the Verizon and AT&T models this October, according to a new report. Wall Street seems excited about the idea of a Sprint iPhone. Will Apple fans rally, too?
Jorge Luis Borges, known for his speculative fiction writing, is celebrated with a Google Doodle today. The illustration resembles Borges' own work, a peek into the future from the perspective of a man alive before digital computers.