Microsoft has introduced a new Windows-based phone designed specifically for individuals who need help in "actively navigating" their social lives.
Forget Microsoft Office and its bloated, creeping feature syndrome!
A number of desperate Apple junkies in India have apparently managed to stave off painful withdrawal symptoms by shelling out over $2,000 for a single iPad.
In the first deal of its kind, Seagate is to start selling external hard drives with Paramount movies preloaded.
Google is reportedly poised to enter the crowded tablet marketplace with an Android-based e-reader that will "function like a computer."
Sharp has announced the first four-primary-color 3D LCD, claiming it will give a brighter image than current models with very little ghosting.
Palm has put itself up for sale and is actively looking for bids this week, according to Bloomberg.
Mercedes-Benz Financial announced that it has received more than $2.5 million in lease and loan payments through its groundbreaking iPhone app, the first of its kind to let users manage their auto payments through a mobile app.
Looking back, it was pretty inevitable. Twitter has acquired an independent developer to take full rights of its third-party Twitter client, the one that was widely regarded as the best such app on the iPhone.
Google's newest smart search functionality, which tries to guess what question you're asking and answers it before you even hit "search," is now available on the online giant's mobile platform as well.
The nefarious Koobface worm of digital yore has made a dangerous comeback by rearing its ugly head on Facebook.
Wicked! OCZ has introduced the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SATA II 2.5" Solid State Drive (SSD) series.
The Redmond-based behemoth known as Microsoft has confirmed that it will be issuing 11 security bulletins on Patch Tuesday to fix a whopping 25 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office and Exchange.
Nokia has acquired MetaCarta, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based location services provider.
Apple has previewed its long-awaited iPhone OS 4 software and released a beta version to iPhone Developer Program members.
Steve Jobs has assured the rapturous Apple faithful that iPhone OS 4 will offer true multitasking support for third-party applications.
A new report claims that USB 3 will not see "widespread adoption" until at least late 2011 due to Intel's lack of "direct" support.
A recent discovery by a team of Hewlett Packard researchers could eventually help redefine the capabilities, speed and capacity of conventional memory.
Are developers finally tiring of Apple's repressive and controlling guidelines for third-party iPhone apps?
A major investor in Twitter has hinted that he'd like to see the site creating its own mobile and desktop clients.