The fact that 600,000 iPhone 4 devices were pre-ordered in one day is nothing short of astounding, but Google's CEO says that on a daily basis, Android sales are fare outpacing the iPhone.
After Amazon chopped down the Kindle 2 price and Barnes & Noble introduced a cheaper Nook, Borders is now offering a $20 gift card to anyone who buys its e-reading device, the Kobo.
I was at the Nvidia Quadro conference earlier this week and it is starting to look like 2011 is Nvidia's year to shine.
Intel has reportedly acknowledged that application kernels run up to 14 times faster on an Nvidia GeForce GTX 280 compared to a Core i7 960 CPU.
Motorola and Verizon have unveiled a supercharged Droid that features a 4.3-inch high-res display, 1GHz processor, 8 GB of onboard Flash memory, a 16GB MicroSD card and 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities.
Do developers prefer working with Android's open ecosystem, or are they more interested in submitting programs to Apple's lucrative app store?
The iPhone Dev-Team has successfully jailbroken Apple's recently launched iOS 4 for the 3GS, 3G and second-gen iPod Touch.
Apple's making peanuts out of the app store, according to a financial analyst who says it's netted less than half a billion dollars since its launch two years ago.
Neuroscientists at the University of California Los Angeles claim they can can predict your behavior better than you can.
Apparently, products in the burgeoning 3D TV market are so expensive that Monster's new universal glasses actually seem somewhat affordable.
If Verizon gets its own version of the iPhone in early 2011, as Barclays PLC is now predicting, it could lead to 9 million new Verizon activations and a switch-over for as many as a million AT&T customers.
VeriSign has denied claims of an alleged security vulnerability recently identified by Comodo.
Microsoft's search site is no longer just a "decision engine." It's growing up and now it can play music, movies, and games without ever sending users to an external Web site.
Sears is more well-known for its low-cost jeans and refrigerators than for its technological aptitude, but the big-box retailer is making a push to the digital world by offering a movie download service.
Take a closer look next time you browse through the Android Market: thousands of those apps can do things like make random calls or send texts at will, and they could infect your phone with spyware.
Frank Sinatra may have done it his way, but now the spirit of Sadie Hawkins (no, not Sophie B. Hawkins) is doing it HerWay. That's right, ladies!
Microsoft has claimed that its Xbox 360 console is "technically" ready for 3D-enabled content.
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.