Internationale Funkausstellung, the world's biggest electronics fair, opens in Berlin tomorrow, and top tech companies will be vying for top-dog stature.
The PlayStation 3 is getting a price drop of fifty bucks. Meanwhile, will the Sony Vita portable be DOA?
Breaking Bad: In light of AMC's requests that the show schedule a smaller number of episodes, producers wonder if switching networks might be a better option.
Hackers are usually shadowy, secretive figures. So why are Anonymous and LulzSec dancing in the lime light, painting themselves as charismatic outlaws?
Nintendo posted its latest quarter's dire results, causing traders to dump the stock. The sell-off sent the stock down more than 20 percent.
The 'Harry Potter' e-book series will be readable on Google Books by the fall.
This week's arrests of 21 members of Anonymous in the US and Europe show that, given time and resources, cybersleuths can track down hackers. But doubts remain over whether authorites caught any big fish.
Top movies in 2010 depicited far fewer smoking scenes than in 2005, especially films for kids and teens, a new report finds. Movie companies with antismoking policies cut tobacco scenes the most.