Spotify music streaming is hugely popular in Europe, and now it’s live in the US. But what does Spotify offer the musicians that create that music?
Who thought that reading could be this much fun? Yes, this activity is still timeless, but e-readers (tablet-like devices used for reading electronic versions of books and periodicals) are taking the personal technology world by storm. Many e-readers have been put up for sale, but four companies have emerged to dominate this field. Keep reading to find out who comes out on top!
In the second day of its Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft reveals new “Mango” handsets from Samsung and others. And new details about Windows 8 could raise excitement about Microsoft’s presence in the tablet market.
Space, the final frontier. These are smart phones of the space shuttle Atlantis. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new apps and to boldly go where no iPhone has gone before.
For the first time, smart phone sales have pulled ahead of feature phone sales. Android’s still on top of the heap, but Apple’s iPhone is going strong.
Happy iPhone birthday! The iPhone first launched in June of 2007. And what a trip it's been.
PlayStation Vita, once codenamed NGP, sports an OLED screen, motion controls, touch controls on the front and back, cameras on the front and back, Wi-Fi – and 3G mobile data for an extra $50. But how will the PlayStation Vita stand against the Nintendo 3DS?
iCloud, iOS 5, and Mac OS Lion make up the three big announcements in Steve Job's keynote at WWDC.
iOS 5 could include upgraded widgets, over-the-air updates, and iCloud support for iPad and iPhone.
Apple iCloud could kick off a slew of updates and new services at WWDC. The annual show starts June 6. Here's what Apple iCloud may include.