Two men have been charged in connection with an AT&T/iPad hack that resulted in the distribution of about 120,000 iPad users’ email addresses.
It’s been years in the making but this morning at an event in New York City, Verizon finally confirmed it: The iPhone is coming to Verizon.
Rugged phones are nothing new, but rugged phones that can take the weight of mechanical diggers and float on water? Those are impressive.
Check out Motorola's latest smartphone, the ATRIX, which packs Tegra 2 and has two separate docking options.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega scored gave of the coveted keynote speeches for CES 2011’s press day and used the time to detail the company’s plans for its upcoming 4G LTE network.
The internet and digital content have been challenging the newspaper industry for years and the recent explosion of interest in tablet devices and MIDs represents an opportunity for media companies to increase digital revenue.
It's been five years since Google launched Google Maps for mobile and my, how it's changed. The company recently demoed Google Maps 5 for Android on a Honeycomb tablet and we were promised it would roll out to current Android users very soon.
Kinect launched with numerous different titles, the majority of them kid-friendly. However, once Kinect was available, it didn't take people long to start asking when we'd see a more adult use for the motion-sensing peripheral.
He's already one of the world's youngest billionaires and now he's looking to spread his wealth around. Mark Zuckerberg has just joined Bill Gates and Warren Buffett's 'The Giving Pledge.'
Earlier reports that NASA had uncovered a type of DNA that uses arsenic as a building block have been confirmed by the Space Agency.
Microsoft has revealed that it has sold 2.5 million Kinect units since the peripheral launched 25 days ago.
The porn industry has played a part in the success of a couple of formats but will it have the same effect on 3D TV?
[Updated at end of post] Apple co-founder Steve 'the Woz' Wozniak speaks out about the Android versus iPhone debate.
Steve Jobs is powering up, but he's still no match for Bill Gates. Meanwhile, Google's founders are dropping further down the list.
An interesting post on GameSpot suggests that Microsoft's new motion-sensing peripheral, Kinect, might have problems recognizing the faces of some dark-skinned users.
We decided to head down to Toys R Us Times Square to check out the line for Microsoft's nearly-launched Kinect peripheral.