The leading US video game console will add streaming movies from Netflix to its array of features this spring.
Forrester report says technology spending will climb in 2010, ending its long tailspin.
On Tuesday, Google announced that its free Docs service would begin allowing users to upload files of any type, up to 250 MB apiece, and up to 1 gigabyte total.
Could poor customer service be the tragic flaw of the Nexus One "superphone?"
The Ford Transit Connect captured the top truck award at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit for its smaller, customizable take on the delivery van.
Second only to James Cameron's other opus, Titanic, Avatar pulls in $1.1 billion worldwide.
The original MagicJack brought cheap home-phone service. With a new model unveiled at CES, it's doing the same for cell phones.
The 11.6-inch screen and advanced graphics hardware on the Alienware M11x allow for intensive gaming in an ultraportable.
Nexus One, the first true "Google phone," meets a warm reception. But should iPhone and Droid worry? Here's what the reviews say.
The Google Nexus One "superphone" is a formidable entrant to the smart phone market, but what should potential buyers look for? Three questions to ask before you sign up for one.
CES buzz suggests it'll be a big year for e-readers, 3-D TVs, and tablet computers. But which predictions hold water?
The Nexus One, released Tuesday, is dubbed a "superphone" by Google, and while revolutionary, what's really new is the way Google's selling it.
Google celebrates Isaac Newton's birthday with an animated homepage.
Web sleuthing has turned up some details on what Apple will unveil late next month, but really, no one has any idea what's up Steve Jobs' sleeve.
By scheduling a press gathering the same day as the start of CES, Google is setting the Nexus One up for the same kind of coup that Apple scored with the iPhone in 2007.