On Friday, Google announced it would halt Web sales of the Nexus One smart phone. But the Nexus One, which is powered by Google's Android OS, isn't dead. Not by a long shot.
Red Dead Redemption review scores applaud the game's surprising sophistication, expansive freedom, and gritty depiction of the Wild West.
Meet Tsutarja, Pokabu, and Mijumaru, the three new starter monsters from Pokemon Black and White.
Facebook will now allow users to receive a notification when an unauthorized device is used to sign on to their accounts. Will the Internet privacy update be enough to silence the critics?
An English designer has created an iPad from solid gold and diamonds. Price tag on the iPad Supreme? Think big.
For now, Diaspora is a work-in-progress. But if all goes as planned, Diaspora could go head-to-head with Facebook, the reigning king of the social media world.
Facebook is needlessly exposing reams of valuable user information, a coalition of European data protection authorities wrote in an open letter this week. For its part, Facebook says its platform is perfectly safe.
Now it's official: the HTC EVO 4G hits stores June 4.
According to Motor Trend, Google and GM have partnered up to enhance the OnStar system on the Chevy Volt. Welcome to the age of the Google car.
Apple has a leak. Or maybe the Vietnamese iPhone 4G thing is just a prank. Either way, gossip about the Apple iPhone 4G is the hottest thing going.
Apple fans rejoice. Steam for Mac has arrived with Portal, Torchlight, and the promise of regular Wednesday updates.
Amazon reserves the power to issue revised versions of certain Kindle e-books. Some books, however, aren't meant to be revised to death.
Back in 2007, AT&T was apparently guaranteed five years as the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone. Still, nothing lasts forever – and a Verizon iPhone certainly isn't out of the question.
On Monday, Twitter engineers temporarily reset millions of Twitter accounts, in an effort to eliminate a bug. But many Twitter users worried that their accounts had been hacked, setting off a groundswell of panic.
In a commencement speech at Hampton University, President Barack Obama seemed to pan the Apple iPod, the Apple iPad, and other devious gadgetry. But in the past, Obama has shown himself to be a genuine Apple fan.
The Borders Kobo e-reader is set for release in June. But will the Kobo find a place in an already crowded market?
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says Wii Party, set for release this year on the Nintendo Wii console, will allow users to sign on using their Mii avatars.
Russian composer P.I. Tchaikovsky gets a nod from Google with a ballet-themed doodle.