Motorola has sold off a good chunk of its mobile equipment unit to Nokia in a deal that will net Motorola a wad of much-needed cash and give Nokia opportunity to expand in the fast-moving mobile environment.
If Apple CEO Steve Jobs thought other phone companies would just sit idly by while he attacked them during Friday's press conference, he's got another thing coming.
Two-thirds of iPhone owners are holding off upgrading to the iPhone 4 because of the device's antenna problems.
The Asia Society has released pictures showing the dramatic shrinking of Mount Everest's glaciers since George Mallory photographed them nearly 90 years ago.
Sharp has launched the first 100GB Blu-Ray disks based on the BDXL format, announced last month by the Blu-ray Disk Association.
Richard Branson's private commercial spaceship has made its first crewed flight.
There are now more Facebook user accounts than there are Windows 7 licenses, people in the United States, and the number of daily Twitter posts, combined!
Ah, yes, the digital age is truly upon us. Forget about getting high on pot, quaaludes, speed, blow, acid, heroin, opium and yes - whip-its. That's right: digital is in, baby.
Google marked the end of an era today with the final shipment of Nexus One smartphones to its online store.
Once the popular devices are sold out, the Nexus One will no longer be available online from the Mountain View-based company.
There is a problem with the iPhone 4. It is not something that somebody just made up. So even though Apple has reversed its very strict policies on no free bumper cases and no restocking fee waiver, somehow Steve Jobs was still able to present himself as superior to everyone else and that any problems anyone had weren't his fault.
Should Activision charge for the privilege of playing CoD multiplayer? Well, most of us probably don't think so, but Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter begs to differ.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is attempting to appease frustrated iPhone 4 owners by bribing them with free bumpers.
One of Apple's many talking points to the whole Antenna-gate issue is that this is a problem with all smartphones. Before the iPhone 4 antenna issues make the entire world implode, perhaps it is worth exploring that statement.
When it comes to sex and the iPhone, Apple and Steve Jobs are positively prudish. This may end up costing Apple dearly.
Researchers at Bielefeld University in Germany have created a robotic head called Flobi that expresses emotions, most of them ticked-off-at-men-looks.
If the ticker on Androidlib.com is anything to go by, then Google's Android Market mobile app store has just crossed into the world of a billion downloads.
Not only has Nintendo been the only game console manufacturer to shy away from HD capabilities, it is now also the only one that sees absolutely no value in 3D TV gaming.
With the potential sweeping recall dominating iPhone 4 news, the good features on the phone are getting overlooked, like the Wi-Fi video chat app Facetime. Now, that app is coming to the next generation of iPad and iPod Touch.
A weak lineup of new titles meant US video game hardware, software and accessories fell six percent in June to $1.1 billion, according to the NPD Group.
A New Zealand company has developed the world's first robotic legs, enabling a man who'd been in a wheelchair for five years to walk again.
An Australian team has trialled a mobile phone system that works even where there's no network signal.
Motorola's Droid X is currently in short supply across the continental United States.
Android enthusiasts hoping to snag the sleek smartphone via Verizon's online store will now have to wait until at least July 23 for the device to ship.
Just like the TV game show it was based on, 1 vs 100 on the Xbox 360 has been canceled after a couple seasons.
Jolicloud has adopted an HTML5 user interface for version 1.0 of its netbook-friendly operating system.
Right after a class-action lawsuit hits its biggest competitor, the Droid X has been released to Verizon and electronics retailer stores today.
Somewhere inside of you is a Steve Jobs, a Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerberg, stinking up the place with fabulosity. So, go make an App, today is your day.
If you thought the recent problems with the iPhone antennae were a bid deal, you might want to think again. The display leaves a lot to be desired.
Want the power of the iPhone 4 without the hassle of a faulty device that's at the center of a multi-million dollar class-action lawsuit? The new iPod Touch could provide exactly what you need.
Quiz question: what is the only company that earns money on every single 3D movie ticket sale, almost irregardless of where the ticket is bought and what the film is? Answer: RealD, the company that brings 3D technology to every major theater in the US.
AVX Aircraft company has designed an SUV that can change into a helicopter in seconds, and has submitted the design to Darpa.
After more than a month of a litany of complaints, jokes, and serious legal complications swirling around the iPhone 4's antenna/reception glitch, Apple is hoping to nip the issue in the bud with a press conference tomorrow.
Some lucky PlayStation 3 owners are to get access to the Hulu Plus subscription service ahead of the rest.
New Zealand is passing a law which makes most software unpatentable. The only exception, added yesterday in an amendment, is to allow patents on inventions that contain embedded software.