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?
Portal 2 is official. Here's what Valve has released so far.
It took more than three years for Twitter to reach 10 billion tweets. But thanks to rapid growth, 20 billion doesn't seem too far away.
The phone company's CEO says the kerfuffle over 3G network strain is besides the point – most Apple iPad owners will be using a Wi-Fi connection anyway.
It's the 332nd birthday of Antonio Vivaldi, the Italian composer. Today's Google doodle honors 'The Four Seasons,' Vivaldi's most famous composition.
As the Daily Show and Colbert Report leave Hulu, they reveal the video streaming site's greatest weakness.
Two websites are reporting that the Apple iPad release date will hit in less than four weeks.
Users of phones such as the Droid and the BlackBerry are reporting a widespread Verizon outage. The company says it is working on the problem.
Google is looking for a test market for a new broadband service. In an attempt to get its attention, the mayor of Topeka, Kansas, has temporarily renamed his city Google – "the capital city of fiber-optics."
The PlayStation Network problem has passed, Sony says. But some issues remain, including missing PS3 trophies.
Developers have long been frustrated with the Android Marketplace. But there are signs that there's money to be made designing Android apps for mobile phones running the Google operating system.
Firefox, a browser managed by Mozilla, appears to be losing ground to Google Chrome. What's wrong with Firefox?
The Apple iPad launches in a few weeks. In the meantime, media companies such as the AP and Conde Nast are positioning themselves to benefit from Apple's latest device.
Sony promises fix to the PlayStation Network problem 'within the next 24 hours'