Facebook and Twitter are up and running again in Egypt, as are the URLs of several important Egyptian sites.
A Web-based Android Market will reportedly be unveiled by Google this week.
You may think of yourself as technologically savvy, but if you're using your smartphone only to make calls, check your email, surf the Web, manage your schedule, take photos, shoot video, listen to music, watch movies, navigate via GPS, play video games, and update your Twitter and Facebook statuses, then you're really nothing more than a Luddite. Here are 10 uses for smartphones that can help bring your backward lifestyle into the 21st century.
Dell Streak 7 is a 4G-capable, next-generation tablet. But can the Streak 7 really compete with the Apple iPad or the Samsung Galaxy Tab?
Verizon iPhone shoppers: Will they be early risers? Last Friday night Verizon Wireless e-mailed existing Verizon customers who had registered for information on getting a new Verizon iPhone before the Feb. 10 roll out. The message said that the Verizon iPhone will be available on a first-come, first-served basis with orders being taken starting at 3 a. m. EST on Feb. 3.
Find out the best carrier for each of 26 American cities. Who really has America's best network? Verizon? AT&T? Sprint? T-Mobile?
Mark Zuckerberg and Jesse Eisenberg met for the first time in the studios of Saturday Night Live. So how did the Facebook founder and the actor get along?
Google's Android leaves Nokia's Symbian in the dust. Apple still has a long way to go if it wants to beat out the Android Army.
OpenLeaks is expected to be fully operational sometime this year. So how does OpenLeaks stack up against WikiLeaks?
The Sony NGP, or Next Generation Portable, will hit shelves this year, Sony reps have announced. So how will the NGP stack up against the Nintendo 3DS?
Oregon Trail, the strategy game first launched in 1971, is finally coming to Facebook. So how will the Facebook edition of The Oregon Trail stack up to the original?
Facebook phone rumors have been percolating since late last year. But a London site insists the Facebook phone is the real deal, twice over.
The Mark Zuckerberg Facebook fan page was hacked this week. So who is the mysterious prankster that managed to steal Mark Zuckerberg's identity?