iPad 2 users can choose between 3G data plans provided by rival carriers Verizon and AT&T.
Gmail users weathered four days of intermittent service issues. But now Gmail is back online.
iPad 2 should hit store shelves early this month. We take a look at the numbers and specs on the Apple iPad 2.
Nintendo 3DS users will be able to download movies and television programs from the Nintendo library, Nintendo announced this week.
Beginning on March 6, AT&T will sell 3G Kindle eReaders. The Kindle is the first dedicated eReader to retail at AT&T stores.
GameSpy Technology will now allow indie developers to use the GameSpy toolkit – free of charge.
Motorola Xoom hits stores this week. And we have the reviews.
Windows Phone 7 software will soon power a Verizon Wireless handset, several outlets are reporting.
No more than 26 checkouts per e-book? HarperCollins' new policy on e-books in libraries is creating unhappiness in the book world.
Modern Warfare 3 could be announced as soon as March 1.
Cell phone users text while driving, make calls in public restrooms, and generally act pretty rudely, according to one new study.
With mobile phone software you can enjoy the pleasures of a Kindle without charge.
The rise of ships, trains, and cars transformed cities and the way we live. Now it’s the Web’s turn.
iPad and other tablet computers sold extremely well in Q3 of last year, according to one new report.
Thunderbolt technology is included on the new line of Apple MacBook Pro computers. But what is Thunderbolt?
Motorola Xoom tablet arrives Thursday. But does its steep price tag match the Motorola Xoom tablet specs?
iPad 2 launch is (practically) official, as Apple hands out iPad-themed invitations.
Angry Birds birthday cake makes one UK kid really, really happy.
iPad 2, or whatever Apple is calling its newest iPad computer, will be introduced early next month, according to one blogger.
The iPhone confession app is stirring age-old questions: Do mediating objects assist or hinder in the pursuit of grace? Do things lessen the sincerity or authenticity of religious action?