OpenLeaks is expected to be fully operational sometime this year. So how does OpenLeaks stack up against WikiLeaks?
The Sony NGP, or Next Generation Portable, will hit shelves this year, Sony reps have announced. So how will the NGP stack up against the Nintendo 3DS?
Oregon Trail, the strategy game first launched in 1971, is finally coming to Facebook. So how will the Facebook edition of The Oregon Trail stack up to the original?
Facebook phone rumors have been percolating since late last year. But a London site insists the Facebook phone is the real deal, twice over.
The Mark Zuckerberg Facebook fan page was hacked this week. So who is the mysterious prankster that managed to steal Mark Zuckerberg's identity?
Oscar nominations have been announced, and things are looking pretty good for The Social Network, a flick about the founding of Facebook. The movie did not grab the most Oscar nominations this year, but landed in several key categories.
PSP 2, the purported successor to Sony's popular PSP gaming device, could get a 3G antenna.
Thanks to Pentalobe screws, you'll need a special tool to open up new iPhone 4 models – but what the heck are Pentalobe screws?
Google Offers is reportedly set to go head-to-head with voucher sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial. But to succeed, Google will have to play catch-up – and fast.
Verizon iPhone hits the market in February. Some analysts think this second iPhone could draw consumers away from the rising Android army.
A Windows-compatible version of the popular Microsoft Kinect peripheral is reportedly in the works.
iOS 4.3, the latest mobile operating system from Apple, won't get four- and five-finger multitouch capability. But iOS 4.3 could be step forward for Apple in terms of social media.
Create your own Google logo, such as today's Paul Cézanne doodle, and you could win thousands of dollars.
Nintendo 3DS will retail in the US for $250, Nintendo announced today.