Warning: Windows 8 looks very different than Microsoft's past operating systems. At an unveiling Wednesday, the company explained that Windows 8 is designed to run on all sorts of desktop and mobile hardware. That adaptability might give Microsoft a leg up in the tablet arena.
Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 will arrive for the 3DS this fall. But can a swath of new games reverse the fortunes of the 3DS?
Jelly batteries have been successfully tested by a research team in the UK.
The iPhone 5 will not get a sporty new shape, one analyst says.
Amazon is working on a Netflix-like e-book subscription service, according to one new report.
The Droid Bionic reviews have begun to trickle in. Let's take a look at the score cards.
The Sprint iPhone 5 is coming, according to a new report. And unlike on other carriers, the Sprint iPhone 5 could include an unlimited data plan.
Marty McFly shoes arrive. Nike will auction 1,500 pairs of the 2011 Nike Mag sneakers on eBay. Proceeds will go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation.
Twitter has seen a surge in the number of active users, Twitter exec Dick Costolo said on Thursday.
Zagat is now part of the Google empire. And that could pose problems for competitors such as Yelp.
Because of a quirk in Google's crowdsourcing strategy, some businesses have been marked "closed" when they're actually flourishing.
The Amazon tablet is real, and it could hit shelves this year, according to one well-connected blogger. So what would an Amazon tablet mean for the market at large?
The Droid Bionic is a go. And judging by the early reviews, the latest handset in the popular Droid line could be a winner.
Bandmate Brian May remembers Freddie Mercury, as Google and the world celebrate the singer's birthday.
The Google doodle today features a tribute to Freddie Mercury, the former frontman of Queen.
The HP TouchPad reunion tour is imminent. The company has ordered the production of between 100,000 and 200,000 HP TouchPad units, according to one source.
Modern Warfare 3 is set to launch in November. In the meantime, Activision has revealed a whole lot about the latest game in the Call of Duty franchise.
An iPhone prototype turned up at a bar in San Francisco. What are the chances that iPhone prototypes would go missing twice in two years?