It's true: people are using their phones less and less to actually make calls. A new report from Ericsson says that data usage has eclipsed voice traffic.
Last year, Electronic Arts acquired the video game license to Robert Ludlum's Bourne franchise, but now it has canceled the first game that was supposed to use that license.
The 250 gigabyte hard drive that came packed in with the Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Wafare 2 bundle, will now be available as a standalone product.
Android is blazing through to the next generation of mobile technology, as Sprint and HTC today announced the first 4G handset that will be built on Google's mobile operating system.
The upcoming Samsung Wave is making waves in the tech industry as the first mobile phone to beomce certified by DivX for HD video playback.
Motorola has debuted what it claims is the "world's first" push-to-talk Android-powered smartphone at CTIA 2010.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy S smartphone at CTIA 2010.
Dell and AT&T have teamed up to manufacture and market yet another Android-based smartphone in an already crowded marketplace.
Via has introduced a new media system processor designed to optimize HD online streaming without the use of third-party decoders.
Mozilla has axed its Firefox for Windows Mobile project in response to Microsoft's decision to "close off" development for native applications.
Has Palm reached a strategic decision to replace WebOS with Android? Could such a move help save the company's flagging smartphone line from an inglorious end?
Opera has officially asked Apple to approve its Mini browser for the iPhone. But what are the chances of Club Cupertino giving a thumbs up to a competing application?
Bill Gates (yes, really) and Toshiba are reported to be building a next-generation nuclear reactor.
They're a tech-savvy bunch in Seattle, but they're still more at risk of cybercrime than anywhere else in the US, according to a report from Symantec.
European scientists have developed the first portable device that allows users to type merely by thinking.
US and Australian defence scientists have made a second test flight of a hypersonic rocket, with the aim of gathering data to commercialize the technology.
The Chinese government has indicated that relations with the US won't be damaged by Google's decision to stop censoring search results in the country.
3D is everywhere these days - even in the Nintendo DS. The company says it's planning a 3D version of its handheld console within a year.
New research suggests that it's raining helium in the interior of Jupiter. UC Berkeley scientists reckon this is the best way to explain why there's so much less neon in the outer layers of the planet than predicted.
A German team has developed printable sensors that could allow electronic devices such as phones to be controlled just by pointing a finger.