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?"
In its latest push to stay on top of the changing news and social media climate, CNN has firmed up details to buy a company focused on iPad magazine technology.
Coming soon: smaller Best Buy stores, more IT guys at the retailer's headquarters, and a stronger focus on digital transactions.
Did you know that Steve Jobs was given up for adoption as an infant?
This is for all of you who thought Tim Cook might only be an interim replacement for Steve Jobs.
Even though Steve Jobs will no longer be at the head of the revolutionary company he helped create, Apple will continue to be a Steve Jobs company.
Comscore is used to being the source of news headlines, but this time it's a little bit different.
An unlikely company is catching a lot of backlash as a result of the massive fire sale of HP's flagship Touchpad tablet.
As Hulu prepares itself to go to the highest bidder, the bids are expected to be, well, pretty darn high.
Agincourt Gaming, a company that has just entered the social gaming space, is looking to take down its biggest competitor.
A popular developer for Apple's iOS platform being smacked with a $50,000 fine over child privacy is just one example of the challenges facing independent developers.
It appears that Apple may be trying to make more of a case than it deserves when it comes to banning Galaxy Tab sales in Europe.
If you want to own the rights to http://www.xxx.xxx, you'll have some hoops to jump through but the time is almost here.
While there's been a lot of talk about the fate of Facebook now that Google+ is up and kicking, Facebook says it really doesn't care.
Google will purchase mobile phone manufacturer Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, its most expensive acquisition ever.
Microsoft is coming under fire for its questionable billing practices related to Xbox Live.
HTC is adding to its pool of corporate acquisitions with a company co-founded by music mogul Dr. Dre.