Some pundits have maligned the Dell Streak by dubbing the recently launched device an "oversized" smartphone. But Jenn K. Lee of StreakSmart - who linked a Bluetooth keyboard with the device in just seconds - has proven otherwise.
Adobe has launched the latest iteration of its Flash Player (10.1) for smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo).
ThinkGeek gets a cease and desist letter from the other white meat lawyers on behalf of aggrieved pigs heading to slaughter.
RIM's Blackberry smartphone has become synonymous with corporate America. But does the advent of Apple's iOS 4 herald the end of a Blackberry-dominated era?
Apple is collecting the precise, real-time location of iPhone and iPad users, and passing it on to other organisations.
After an extraordinary mess with last week's iPhone 4 pre-order system, some of the lucky users who were actually able to get an order in are now being told their order was canceled.
Every time you punch in a lyrics search, or Google a specific artist or song, Google wants you to pay them to buy that music. That's the idea behind a new Google music store that is likely to launch later this year.
As heated pressure continues to build in the e-reader war, Amazon has cut the price of its standard Kindle 2 model to $189, a reduction of nearly 50% since it was launched just one year ago.
US Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) has attempted to downplay a bill that would grant the president authority to shut down swathes of the Internet during a national emergency.
Androids may dream of electric sheep, but a Bluetooth controlled ‘bot designed by Hideyuki Takei and Reo Matsumura is certainly no ethereal fantasy.
The US military has successfully flight tested a GPS-guided Scorpion munition which was deployed at an altitude of 5,000 feet from a C-130 aircraft.
In a discovery likely to fan the flames of climate change debate, a team has concluded that the thinning ice on one of Antarctica's major glaciers is not caused by global warming.
Barnes & Noble has introduced a $150 WiFi-only Nook, while lowering the price of its flagship 3G e-Reader from $260 to $200.
The Samsung Galaxy S Pro boasts some tricked out specs, including a slide-out keyboard, an ARM Cortex A8 @ 1GHz processor, 8.2 gigabytes of ROM and 512MB of RAM.
A seventh-grade class in Cottonwood, California, has discovered a Martian cave.
Toshiba's come over all nostalgic, with the launch of three new machines to mark its 25 years in the laptop business.
California is considering introducing electronic license plates that would raise money for the state by screening ads.
Chemists at the University of York have discovered a way of recycling waste from LCD televisions to make a substance that combats hospital infections.
Google is reported to be working on a one-click micropayment system allowing newspapers to charge for content accessed through Google Search.
Kobo is now Android friendly! The free e-reader app - which is available on the Android Market - supports the popular ePUB standard, including rich text and images.
Apple has introduced an app that allows users to track down their lost or stolen iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches.
The Kinect is likely to be a big hit with casual gamers, but will it appeal to Microsoft's core Xbox 360 audience?
Looking for a porn fix with an alien twist? How about watching some steamy Na'vi action this September?
Microsoft has redesigned its latest Xbox 360 motherboard by reportedly combining the CPU, GPU and eDRAM onto a single chip.
Are you the parent of an angry teenager who dresses in black, listens to the Cure and thinks Homo sapiens have outgrown their use?
Iceland has passed a law designed to make it a haven for free expression and freedom of information.
One wonders how long most human contestants spend practising for an appearance on the quiz show Jeopardy!. It's probably not as long as IBM's Watson supercomputer, which is finally ready to play after three years' hard work.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted yesterday to seek public comment on its controversial plans for broadband regulation.
In HG Wells' The Time Machine, the brutish Morlocks live underground, appearing only to service the needs of the beautiful but weedy Eloi.