The Kindle DX, Amazon's large textbook-sized e-reading device that used to carry a daunting $489 price tag, has been cut down by more than $100 but it remains the most expensive e-reader by quite a large margin.
It seems your mother was completely wrong - money can buy you happiness, or at any rate satisfaction. But it doesn't necessarily help you enjoy yourself.
In what may be one of the biggest blunders in mobile phone history, Microsoft has decided to immediately halt production on its line of Kin phones after it showed extremely disappointing sales.
There is only one female Intel Fellow and, as far as I know, only one Intel Fellow who isn’t an engineer. That one person is Genevieve Bell and she is Intel’s Secret Weapon.
The first solid details on the next update to Android, the 3.0 update code-named "Gingerbread," are beginning to pipe through and it seems as though Google is cracking down with stringent hardware requirements.
Named for the author of Moby Dick, a newly-discovered fossil whale makes Captain Ahab's nemesis look like a shrimp.
Hulu's new premium TV-watching service is on its way to a whole bunch of platforms, but there are now rumors that the $10/month fee may not be the only cost that users face.
Sony is recalling 535,000 Vaio laptops over fears that they may overheat so badly they could cause burns to the skin.
The latest move in the all-out e-reader war is showing just how profitable the heated Kindle vs. iPad vs. Nook vs. Kobo battle can be, for publishers.
Dell deliberately shipped millions of PCs that it knew to be faulty, according to recently unsealed court papers.
A new network design could increase internet speeds by 100 times, by removing the need to convert optical signals to electrical ones.
Toymaker Parker Brothers has created a limited edition of five Lightcycles - yup, the ones from Tron - and is selling them for $35,000 a pop on ebay.
Samsung wants to highlight the entertainment capabilities of its latest Android phone, and to do so it will have James Cameron's Avatar movie pre-installed, and access to free in-flight WiFi.
If you've ever wanted to have a backup Internet connection that you don't have to pay a monthly fee for, Virgin Mobile has just the thing you've been looking for.
Apple has reportedly instructed its representatives to avoid "appeasing" frustrated customers with free bumpers.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted initial approval for a "roadable aircraft" known as the Transition.
Cisco is targeting the lucrative corporate sector with the introduction of an Android-powered business tablet.
Verizon is reportedly poised to unceremoniously end AT&T's controversial and oft-criticized iPhone monopoly.
If you currently wear glasses, watching a 3D movie in theaters will soon be as simple as just looking at the screen.
The typical two year PC upgrade cycle and Microsoft's software roadmap is not going to hold in a Web-centric app-happy world. Does Redmond get it?
Could an Internet "kill switch" proposed by US Senator Joseph Lieberman be exploited to assume Federal control over the Internet and threaten free speech?
Hulu is now offering a paid subscription service that streams 720p video content across various devices, including televisions, computers and smartphones.
Documents recently unsealed in a three-year-old lawsuit indicate that Dell attempted to cover-up widespread component failures which affected a number of its OptiPlex computers from May 2003 to July 2005.
Researchers from Lockheed Martin and the University of Maryland have kicked off a study of social media website chatter - which could theoretically be used to help emergency responders save lives during disasters.
Amazon has introduced a free Kindle app for Android-based smartphones and tablets. The application offers US readers access to over 620,000 books in the Kindle Store, including New York Times bestsellers and new releases.
They don't hang about these lawyers, not when there's money in the offing, and a California law firm is already looking for distraught iPhone 4 buyers.
Carbon capture and storage could be as risky and hard to manage as the storage of nuclear waste, according to a Danish scientist.
Documents appearing to be plans for Windows 8 have been popping up all over the internet overnight.
The latest version of Android is now being pushed to the Nexus One, giving some love to the loyal few that have actually bought Google's one and only in-house developed mobile phone.