Video game pioneer Peter Molyneux thinks that the industry has become lazy.
Are you an Android enthusiast who just can't stop coveting the high-resolution retina display on Apple's iPad?
Although it seems impossible, the number of Americans playing video games has declined from last year.
ESPN's ScoreCenter iPad app has been downloaded nearly 29 million times, and now it's time for an upgrade.
Are Google and Samsung the new evil queens of denial?
Amazon will likely debut a new lineup of Kindle Fire tablets during its upcoming September 6 press conference in Santa Monica, California.
As a US jury prepares to deliver its verdict in the high-profile patent case between Apple and Samsung, a South Korean court has determined that they've both been copying each other's products.
OoVoo - a social video chat provider that claims 54 million subscribers - has updated its Android and iOS apps to support four-way video chats and text conversations with up to 12 people.
Samsung Austin Semiconductor is investing approximately $4 billion in a chip fab most famously used to manufacture custom processors for Apple’s iPhone and iPad lineup.
The legal system is getting quite the run for its money with this Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
If Lucy Koh pulls this one off, we'll have to ask her to sort out the Middle East.
The newest darling in the world of social media is now on every major mobile platform.
It seems as if Samsung may have already lost the war against Apple’s wildly popular iPad.
Five people have gone on trial in China after a teenager sold a kidney to buy an iPad.
Global PC sales have remained painfully stagnant for several consecutive quarters, prompting industry watchers to pin their hopes on Microsoft Windows 8.
An online platform that lets users stream live TV with no money going to the networks isn't something CBS is concerned about.
AMD has confirmed the hire of CPU master Jim Keller, a high-level chip architect who previously worked at Apple designing custom ARM-based processors for the iPad and iPhone.
After proving its tablet viability on the Kindle Fire, Amazon is now ready to target its streaming video service to a very different mobile audience.
It's still got a long way to prove that it can compete with the likes of Apple and Google, but the Wikipad tablet is on its way.
I was recently thinking about smartphones and how some of them, depending on age and model, won’t let you update the OS. Now some may think this poses a problem, but frankly, I wonder.