WikiLeaks is under digital siege.
Kinect for Xbox 360 continues to draw interest from consumers.
An iPad 2 could hit shelves as early as next year, according to at least one source.
Angry Birds, a popular smartphone application, will soon be available as a console title.
A 1976 Apple-I computer sold for upwards of $200K at Christie's this week.
Facebook says it has malware under control. But the security firm BitDefender claims that up to 20 percent of Facebook news feeds carry some sort of infectious software.
FarmVille has been replaced by Phrases as the most popular application on Facebook.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is a hit among consumers – to the tune of 600K units sold globally.
Google changed their logo today to a pre-Thanksgiving doodle that promotes the recipes of Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa.
Netflix has raised prices on its DVD-by-mail service. But the company will introduce a new streaming video plan for US customers.
Kinect, the new motion-sensing peripheral for the Xbox 360, is apparently pretty vulnerable to hacks. But Microsoft isn't complaining.
Samsung Galaxy Tab hits a fourth carrier.
The Apple Phone remains exceptionally popular among consumers, according to a new survey by ChangeWave.
An Apple iPad 2 could hit the market by spring of 2011.
The Beatles discography went on sale on Apple iTunes this week. A new report suggests that Apple had to beat out both Google and Amazon to get their hands on the Fab Four catalog.
Google Voice arrived today on Apple iTunes. iPhone users, rejoice!
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review posts are in. They say this newest entry may be the best Assassin's Creed yet.
The Beatles make a (belated) debut on Apple iTunes. But acts such as Kid Rock, Garth Brooks, and AC/DC remain proud iTunes refuseniks.