An iPad HD is on the way, one tech site says. In related news, people are really, really happy with their new iPad, HD or not.
Space, the final frontier. These are smart phones of the space shuttle Atlantis. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new apps and to boldly go where no iPhone has gone before.
An iPod Touch 3G could be on the way, according to a Dutch site.
An attack on the Washington Post Jobs website exposes 1.2 million email addresses, but not much more, the Post says.
Droid Bionic, an "all-powerful, unstoppable machine," looks to be nearing launch.
Facebook unveiled video calling and group chat. Now pundits are weighing in on the service – and on how Facebook’s offering stacks up to Google’s.
Verizon Wireless will no longer allow new users to sign up for unlimited data plans. With other carriers abandoning the plan as well, is this the end of unlimited data plans in the US?
Facebook video chat now comes baked into the social network. The announcement means that chatting "face-to-face" is now only a few clicks away.
PowerPoint ban? The software is boring employees and costing companies billions in lost work, say the brains behind the Anti-Power Point Party. Could a PowerPoint ban take off?
Hackers' Apple attack reportedly breaks into a company server to steal usernames and passwords. A group called Anonymous says the hackers' Apple attack kicks off the next round of its "AntiSec" campaign.
Zynga has filed for a $1 billion IPO. But is Zynga too dependent on Facebook for its growth?
Anonymous has again embarked on a reign of cyber-destruction – this time targeting several public safety sites in the state of Arizona.
For the first time, smart phone sales have pulled ahead of feature phone sales. Android’s still on top of the heap, but Apple’s iPhone is going strong.
The Google+ invite mechanism was reportedly shut down last night after 'insane demand' for access flooded the system.
Happy iPhone birthday! The iPhone first launched in June of 2007. And what a trip it's been.
HP TouchPad review scores are rolling in. Critics have positive words, but worry that the strong tablet market may wash away the HP TouchPad before it has a chance to grow.
MySpace, once the king of the social media heap, has been sold for a price unthinkable just a few years ago.