Valve launches its Steam video-game marketplace for Linux and, in typical Valve fashion, is having a huge sale to celebrate.
Apple is set to challenge a Brazilian patent agency ruling that states that the iPhone trademark belongs to a Brazilian electronics company.
Google's latest doodle combines two events. The love-themed amusement park celebrates Valentine's Day and the 154th birthday of George Ferris, who invented the Ferris wheel. Clicking on the heart-button located in the center of the doodle makes the two Ferris wheels spin. When they stop, a new couple is formed and they go on a date. Much like real-life dating, some of these dates end well and others, well, let's just say the other dates shouldn't expect a second one. Have you seen all of the couples? If not, here's your chance to see the curious pairs.
At Goldman-Sachs tech conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook tiptoes around rumors of a cheaper iPhone, applauds Apple stores, and provides some insight on the future.
Macmillan has settled an antitrust lawsuit with the Department of Justice. The DOJ claimed Macmillan, along with Apple and other e-book publishers, were conspiring to raise prices.
A Harvard University professor's new study finds that Google ads might have a racial bias. What does it mean for Google users?
The Wikipad, an Android tablet with a console-style gaming dock, was supposed to launch late last year. The company discovered some problems, but now the Wikipad is back with a 7-inch screen and a $249 price tag.
Meet Scroogled.com, Microsoft's latest addition to their campaign against Google. Is Microsoft genuinely worried about privacy or are they looking for a way to beat out the Internet giant?
There's a new gaming system in town and it's name is OUYA. Hackable, portable, and affordable -- this new console will soon move from online pre-orders to in-store purchases.