The Techcrunch Crunchpad Tablet was a winner at the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards last night. The problem? The Crunchpad technically doesn't yet exist.
RIM improved the lackluster original BlackBerry Storm, making a touch-screen smart phone that can better tackle the iPhone.
Google Editions, which was announced at the Frankfurt Book Fair this week, could dig into a market historically dominated by Amazon.
The new plane from Icon Aircraft will set you back a cool quarter of a million dollars.
John McCain's daughter got a crash course on what not to do with social media, posting a playful – and some say racy – photo of herself on Twitter Wednesday night.
A halo cloud over the Russian capital of Moscow has created a UFO buzz over the Internet.
A new Disney World ride called the "Sum of All Thrills" lets participants design their own virtual roller coaster – and then take it for a test ride.
The cat-and-mouse spat continues, with Apple reinforcing its iPhone 3GS from the 24kpwn exploit.
The e-reader would take on similar offerings from Amazon and Sony.
It's the new black.
Google is adding bike paths to its online mapping tool, and expects to make biking directions available "soon."
A new iPhone app called 'Amp Up Before You Score' was removed by Pepsi today. Users had complained the app was insensitive to women.
The Dyson desktop fan is like nothing you (or your bank account) has ever seen.
The Nokia "mini notebook" is $200 more without an AT&T contract, exclusively at Best Buy.
Michael Steele said that GOP.com would rival social networking efforts undertaken by the Democrats. But on Tuesday, the site was plagued by bugs and glitches.
Although it's more dramatic to say NASA bombed the moon today, they really didn't. We explain why...