Gears of War 3 has arrived. Time to take cover.
Here's what you need to know about Mark Zuckerberg, F8, and the bevy of new Facebook features. Changes include Netflix and Spotify integration, a new Timeline, and more options than a simple "Like" button.
Following competitors' lead, Amazon opens up book borrowing on the Kindle e-reader.
Google opened its social network to all users on Tuesday, touting 91 improvements to Google+ since June. But to really rival Facebook, Google needs to attract a critical mass of users to its service.
iPhone rumors solidify into consensus. Here's why October 4 is probably when Apple will introduce its new handset. But remember: These are just iPhone rumors.
Facebook changes, again? The top social network launched new changes Tuesday night at the same time that Google+ opened up their social network to everyone.
Netflix over the weekend split its business into two separate arms – Qwikster for DVD rentals, and Netflix for streaming video. Some analysts think that the company could eventually sell Qwikster.
The HTC Rhyme gets a plum-color scheme, a svelte shape, and a dangling 'Rhyme Charm.'
PlayStation Network users will have to promise not to join any class action suits, or else they can forget about signing onto PSN.
Qwikster is the new name for Netflix's DVD rental arm. Streaming video will retain the original moniker, CEO Reed Hastings said this weekend. So, is Qwikster any different than before?
Avast! It's International Talk Like a Pirate Day. What better way to raise the flag than to teach Google and Facebook how to talk like a pirate today.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, the man honored by today's Google doodle, has a great name. But, well, how do you pronounce it?
Few remember the name Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, but he discovered vitamin C. Google honors the Hungarian scientist-turned-freedom-fighter-turned-covert-diplomat today with a citrus-packed doodle.
Facebook subscribe button adopts Twitter "follower" model.
The PlayStation Vita will hit shelves in Japan in December. North American customers will likely have to wait a little longer than that.
Windows 8 gets its big debut this week. So is this the Windows OS that gives Microsoft a grip in the tablet world?