Adobe Flash is officially restricted on Apple iOS software. But an upcoming app provides a workaround without jailbreaking the iPhone or iPad.
Google has unveiled a handful of tools to help Americans find their local polling station by zip code – and track the latest poll numbers once they've left.
Verizon iPhone will hit next year, Fortune mag says, but this iPhone may not work outside the US.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds isn't set to hit store shelves until 2011. But that doesn't mean gamers can't start speculating about the full cast of characters. The latest rumor: Mike Haggar will take a star turn in the latest Marvel vs. Capcom game.
The company NCell has built a series of 3G towers in the Everest area. And not everyone thinks that's a good idea.
Nexus Two, a successor to the Google Nexus One, is being prepared by Samsung, one blogger reported today. Others aren't so sure.
Koobface, a virus that first hit in 2008, has returned for a second round of mayhem. Can anyone slay the Koobface monster for good?
Windows Phone 7 software is here. We read the reviews so you don't have to.
White iPhone 4 always seems just out of reach. Now there's reason to believe that a White iPhone 4 will never go on sale.
Fable 3 hit store shelves this week. So are the critics saying about the latest installment in the popular Fable series?
Batman 3 finally has a name, The Dark Knight Rises. But many answers remain in the shadows.
Sony will soon release a PSP Phone with Android 3.0 technology, Engadget said today. But what kind of reception would a PlayStation Phone find on the market today?
Nook Color, the latest e-reader in the popular Nook line, will be powered by Android, Barnes & Noble confirmed today. The Nook Color arrives next month.
White iPhone 4 holdouts will have to hold out a while longer.
Walkman, the portable music device first released in 1979, will be pulled from production, Sony announced on Friday.