iPhone 4S's announcement Tuesday offered a refresher and some new details on Apple's iCloud storage-and-sync service. The feature, which will work on iPhone 4S and other Apple devices, will compete with Amazon's cloud storage service.
Apple will refresh its Nano and iPod Touch models, but the iPod Classic and Shuffle remain unchanged.
iPhone 4S fills in many of the holes that left Apple's line vulnerable to the competition. However, the iPhone 4S adds few truly new features.
On Tuesday, Apple will likely unveil a new iPhone, probably called the iPhone 4S.
Arrested Development is coming back, creator Mitchell Hurwitz said over the weekend. And it could be coming straight to Netflix.
The Kindle Fire may not be an iPad-killer. But it will certainly change the tablet landscape.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will arrive on US shores later this year. Will consumers get on board with a 7-inch screen?
'Ice Cream Sandwich' sure doesn't sound like a smart phone OS. But Android has kept up a delicious naming convention, one of the weirder examples among tech products. But where does Ice Cream Sandwich fit among the code names from Apple, Ubuntu, and others?
Gears of War 3 sold three million copies in its first week on the market. That was enough to push total Gears franchise sales past $1 billion, Microsoft said today.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich is due out this fall. But one man says he got his hands on the new Android OS a whole lot sooner.
Is the iPod Classic getting a pink slip? Apple hasn't updated it in years. Either way, the iPod Touch line is still growing.
The Amazon Kindle Fire will be a 'service,' not just one of the many tablet computers, says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Samsung trots the Galaxy Tab 8.9, in 16GB and 32GB flavors. But Samsung has also drawn Apple’s ire – and that might affect its ability to do business.
The Kindle Fire tablet will likely be unveiled at an Amazon press conference in New York on Wednesday, tech insiders say.
The Facebook changes rolled out at last week's F8 conference caused some people to spread the false rumors that Facebook would begin charging for its services. It is not true.
As Google turns 13 on Tuesday, it's a very different company than it was even just a few years ago.