Analyst group Gartner says the iPad will be the #1 tablet through 2014 but isn't clear what platform will take its place.
We may be looking at the final days of Leo Apotheker as the CEO of fledgling company HP.
It looks like Microsoft is about to rake in a lot of money from Casio as the two have just signed a deal for Casio to pay licensing fees over the use of Linux in upcoming products.
The nasty patent war between Samsung and Apple looks to be entering a new chapter.
Apparently Stevie Wonder is a MacHead at heart. During a recent performance, Wonder took a moment to sing the praises of Apple and its founder Steve Jobs.
Virgin America, which by any estimation was already the neatest commercial US carrier, is going even more high-tech.
Walmart has just increased its presence in the world of mobile and social advertising.
Well, it may not pay the millions of dollars they sought in their Facebook lawsuit, but the Winklevoss twins have landed a new job.
AT&T is putting a new argument on the table to dissuade federal authorities that its T-Mobile purchase won't make it a monopolistic company.
Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are diving into their next big project on the Internet.
Carol Bartz was ousted from her spot as CEO of Yahoo, but don't shed too many tears for her.
Amazon is apparently set to launch a new service that will give users access to a massive collection of e-books for a flat monthly fee.
Samsung can never sell the Galaxy Tab as it exists right now within the borders of Germany.
Google's latest major purchase is the 32-year-old leader in restaurant and landmark recommendations, Zagat.
If you own a business and have been dying to register your company name as a XXX website, now's your chance.
The latest adjustment that may need to be made in order to salvage the AT&T/T-Mobile merger is a reduction in the amount of money that will change hands.
Amazon is apparently set to launch a new program aimed at people who don't have a way to accept their packages on a normal business day.
Apple's retail expansion into China continues to blossom, as the company is now targeting Hong Kong as the next location.
With the US Department of Justice showing strong opposition to the AT&T buyout of T-Mobile, the carrier is ready to do drastic things to prevent the deal from dying.
As the US Department of Justice prepares to sue to block AT&T's takeover of T-Mobile, the question now becomes "what if the deal fails?"