Kratos takes on Olympus in this PS3 exclusive, and the God of War 3 review scores are sterling.
This week, Tim Bray was appointed 'developer advocate' for Google's Android operating system. Bray wasted no time teeing off on the Apple iPhone.
For the week ending March 16, Facebook pulled in more traffic in America than Google. But could Facebook ever really knock Google off its perch?
Twitter CEO Evan Williams has taken the wraps off @anywhere, a service which will allow users to access their Twitter feeds from third-party sites. As of SXSW, initial @anywhere launch partners include the New York Times and the Huffington Post.
To ensure Americans are getting what they paid for, the FCC offers a free Internet connection speed test.
February was a rough month for video game sales. One bright spot: demand for the Sony PS3 and the Microsoft Xbox 360 were up. Will PlayStation Move and Project Natal help?
The online Apple Store went down for several hours early Friday morning, as Apple updated the site to accommodate the iPad pre-order rush.
She said that if her brother got one million fans on Facebook, she would name her baby 'Megatron.' As of this writing, he has 1,097,139 fans.
'Avatar' director James Cameron says 3D TV has a future. But he cautioned that 3D movies and shows need to catch up with the hardware.
The PlayStation Move motion-control system will go on sale this fall. Sony exec Peter Dille says he expects gamers to migrate 'naturally' from the Nintendo Wii to the Move.
A new layer on Google Maps will let cyclists access maps of 150 cities around the US. It's a bike geek's dream come true.
The Google Apps Marketplace will make it easier for companies to download and manage third-party applications, Google says.
As sales of 'Guitar Hero' and 'Rock Band' continue to slip, Seven45 studios introduces 'Power Gig: Rise of the Sixstring," which ships with a real electric guitar.
Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic are among the companies expected to release 3D TVs in 2010. But how many consumers will welcome the 3D revolution into their own living room?
The promise of a major Cisco announcement fell flat. Why? Because Apple ruined it for everyone else.
The Final Fantasy 13 review scores are in. Here's what critics though of Square Enix's new role playing game.
Of the ten Best Picture nominees, 'District 9' was the most popular with users of file-sharing services. That's almost as good as an Oscar.
Apple aired the first advertisement for the iPad tablet computer during the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony.
YouTube's automatic caption tool, which was previously restricted to a handful of channels, is set to go into wide-release.
According to a new report, Sony will build an online marketplace similar to iTunes, along with a flatscreen tablet device. But does Sony really pose a threat to Apple?