iPhone 5 will launch around September, according to one outlet.
Martha Graham, a dancer, choreographer, and icon of Modern Dance, gets a Google celebration on what would have been her 117th birthday.
Android-based Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices were handed out to attendees of the Google I/O conference this week. The rest of us will have to wait until next month for the hot, new Android tablet.
Skype will soon become a business division of Microsoft, reps for Microsoft and Skype announced today. But was the Microsoft-Skype deal a good one?
Tablets such as the Apple iPad 2 have a funny way of edging out other computing devices in the minds of consumers, according to one new report on tablets.
PlayStation Network service may not be completely back online until the end of the month, according to one source. Meanwhile, PSN today remains offline.
Android is the most popular operating system in the country. Can RIM and Apple catch up?
Happy Birthday, Roger Hargreaves. The acclaimed children's book author would have turned 76 today. In true Google fashion, the search engine saluted Hargreaves with a homepage homage featuring some of his iconic characters. Roger Hargreaves may be best known for his Mr. Men and Little Miss books about smiling, colorful cartoons. Google really went whole hog for today's celebration, reviving Mr. Messy, Little Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Tickle, and tons of other doodled dudes. There are 16 Roger Hargreaves Google doodles in all. Through careful screen shots and furious page refreshes, we present you with each and every one. Enjoy!
iPhone users must currently sync their handsets with their computers to receive system updates. That may be changing.
As engineers race to get PlayStation Network back online, Sony offers free credit protection and fraud insurance.
The PlayStation Network outage roils onward. But Anonymous says it had nothing to do with the attack on the PSN system.
Pandora goes slapstick. Meanwhile, the popular music-streaming service logs its ten billionth 'thumb.'
News of Osama bin Laden's death broke on Twitter, and drove up Web traffic worldwide.
The new iMac hit the Apple Store earlier today.
A Facebook user's message about Osama bin Laden's death quickly mutated into a misattributed quote by Martin Luther King, showing us all how quickly the Internet can generate an urban legend.