Earlier this week, Microsoft abandoned a slew of unpopular and controversial policies which severely limited the use of its Xbox One and accompanying games. Fortunately, even more changes are apparently afoot in Redmond, as Microsoft may very well decide to lower the price of its next-gen console sometime in the near future.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter says he believes Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 video game console will carry a price tag of $400-$449.
Apple's become the most valuable company of all time, after its shares rose 2.6 percent yesterday to reach $665.15.
As if it wasn't having a bad enough time already, RIM's been ordered to pay out $147.2 million in damages to Mformation Technologies over patents related to the remote management of wireless devices.
Although Apple remains the undisputed market leader in the lucrative tablet space, the buzz created by the iPad has paved the way for numerous vendors to join the race, especially in the lower price segment.
Microsoft's launching Kinect for Windows on February 1, aiming to capitalize on its success as the fastest selling consumer electronics device ever - but it's not going to be cheap.
Sony has slashed the price of its popular Playstation 3 console by $50. The cut affects both the 160GB and 320GB models, which are now priced at $249 and $299 respectively.
We’ve reported on a veritable landslide of electric vehicle (EV) related hubbub from manufacturers and federal agencies.
Apple has managed to sell three million shiny iPads in just 80 days - or one tablet every three seconds.