Apple isn't giving up its fight against Samsung and its Galaxy line of tablets and smartphones.
Sony has denied that it apologized for the glitch allegedly affecting users of its newest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita.
Google has stepped in and put a stop to Google Shoot View, a game that uses Google Street View as the setting for a first person shooter.
Nokia says young people want something different that sets them apart from the crowd of iPhones and complicated Android devices.
We love Star Wars as much as the next team of tech writers, but we're not sure if we can get behind this R2-D2 and C-3PO-inspired MP4 player from Toys R Us.
Now that Amazon's mystery press conference is out of the way, we're eagerly awaiting Apple's October 4 iPhone 5 event. However, will Apple also be saying goodbye to a couple of devices this year?
Microsoft apparently paid a female executive one million pounds (about $1.5 million) in "hush money" after she was passed over for a promotion to the position of managing director of Redmond's UK operations.