The owners of Tapulous, a small company that made a handful of addictive music games for the iPhone, have landed one of the best opportunities in all of entertainment: a buyout from Disney.
The Kindle DX, Amazon's large textbook-sized e-reading device that used to carry a daunting $489 price tag, has been cut down by more than $100 but it remains the most expensive e-reader by quite a large margin.
The latest move in the all-out e-reader war is showing just how profitable the heated Kindle vs. iPad vs. Nook vs. Kobo battle can be, for publishers.
Hulu is now offering a paid subscription service that streams 720p video content across various devices, including televisions, computers and smartphones.
Amazon is to include embedded audio and video in its Kindle books - but not for those that use its own hardware.
When the world's most popular social media game meets the world's most popular mobile phone, you can't help but feel the synergy.
UBM TechInsights has thoroughly torn down the long-awaited Apple iPhone 4 and identified all its key components, including a 3-axis digital gyroscope and accelerometer designed by ST Micro.
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.
Apple is collecting the precise, real-time location of iPhone and iPad users, and passing it on to other organisations.
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.
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.
No, the PC isn't dead. However, rumors of its imminent demise have apparently been greatly exaggerated.
An iPad-controlled quadricopter has taken to the skies above E3 in Los Angeles.
The FBI has arrested a hacker belonging to the infamous Goatse Security Group after seizing an unknown quantity of cocaine, ecstasy, LSD and schedule 2/3 pharmaceuticals.
Research in Motion is said to be planning new products, including a touch-screen smartphone and a tablet device, in a push to see off the iPhone 4 and iPad.
AT&T has issued an official apology to 114,000 iPad users whose e-mail addresses were inadvertently leaked by the carrier.
The FBI has said that it has opened an investigation into the AT&T security breach that compromised iPad owners' email addresses.
A group of raunchy San Francisco artists are demanding that Steve Jobs allow porn on his puritanical iPad.
The leaking of 114,000 private email addresses by Goatse Security was carried out through a simple attack on badly-designed software, according to Praetorian Security Group.