The next time you're soaring above the clouds, you may be closer to Steve Jobs than you think. At least in spirit.
Infamous online site The Pirate Bay wants to start letting users pirate 3D objects.
An average square foot of an Apple Store location is worth about as much as the White House's per-square-foot value.
When you get to the cash register, you now have a new option for payment aside from cash, check, or plastic.
A Canadian company called Summify has become the latest notch on Twitter's bedpost.
It seems as if the virtual shutdown of Wikipedia, Craigslist, and other sites yesterday has done its job in the public eye.
Samsung is vehemently denying a report that claimed it considered an acquisition proposal to buy struggling mobile company Research in Motion.
The man who helped form what was once an unstoppable online powerhouse is now stepping away from any semblance of relationship with the company.
A new iPhone 4/iPhone 4S protective case has been released from an unlikely manufacturer.
It's a move that hardly comes as a surprise, but Chinese manufacturer InIcon's Steve Jobs doll has been nixed.
The almost creepily realistic action figure of Steve Jobs is now the subject of strict legal scrutiny from Apple.
A woman has filed a civil lawsuit against Honda because she says her car is not living up to its 50 MPG status.
The man tasked with turning Yahoo around in the revolving door that is the company's CEO is Scott Thompson.
AT&T has agreed to pay Tivo a whopping sum of $215 million, at a time when it also has to clear up money to pay T-Mobile.
When was the last time a deceased corporate CEO was given the same treatment as superheroes and movie characters?
Apple rumors are already starting to creep into the new year.
What happens when Google steps into the $100+ billion travel industry?
A new reports suggest supplies for Apple's rumored television sets will soon be underway.
Although he is not alive to accept it, the Recording Academy announced this week that Steve Jobs will be receiving a Grammy Award in 2012.
If you're like most people, you'll be getting a handful of gift cards this holiday season.