Smaller iPhone is in the works, one news agency has reported.
Windows Phone software will replace Symbian on all Nokia phones, reps for Nokia and Microsoft said today.
Verizon iPhone handsets go on sale across the country today. So which free apps should Verizon iPhone owners download?
X-Men: First Class trailer, showing off the latest movie in the popular X-Men series, appears online today. The movie is set to debut this summer.
TouchPad, the new tablet computer from HP, will run webOS, an operating system originally developed by Palm.
iPad 2 – a refreshed version of the popular Apple tablet computer – is already in production, according to one new report. Cue the iPad 2 countdown.
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.
With prices as low as $0.99, Amazon's Kindle Singles offer a new way of sampling and consuming literature and journalism.
The very essence of Facebook is the sale of personal information. Throw in rogue apps and a lack of vetting, and you've got a security nightmare waiting to happen.
A new survey suggests that there's plenty of room for the iPad and the Kindle to peacefully coexist.
Studies show that happiness is directly linked to conversations that are substantial, not superficial. Yet our communications are dominated by quick electronic exchanges. In a high-stress era like ours, we need to tap into our most valuable resource – each other. That's why I talk to strangers.
Apple is making a leap into illustrated books today, adding more than 100 children’s book, photo, and cookbook titles to its iBookstore.
But is the knowledge that comes from Nielsen bookscan numbers more likely to harm or help?
Figment.com gives teen writers a place to strut their stuff (and maybe even find an agent).
Google eBooks is taking digital books to the next level – and that may be a good thing for small booksellers.
My resolve never to pay more than $9.99 for an e-book lasted about a week.