Bethesda and ZeniMax are hard at work on a new MMO, and it's taking you back to the world of Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind.
The Nintendo 3DS launches in North America on March 27th. Is this new glasses-free 3D goodness worth your hard-earned $250?
Apple's iPad appears to be winning the tablet war for 2010 or 2011, but we want to keep you up to date on the stiffest competitors coming down the pipeline.
We feasted our eyes on Microsoft' Windows Phone 7. Find out what details we learned about the hardware, OS, and application development.
Tom's had a chance to sit down with Dinesh Paliwal, President and CEO of Harman International, to talk about Apple, the Grammys and more.
A company known for its virtualization software, VMWare is taking that technology and bringing it to the mobile market.
Torrenting has its good days and its bad. On the same day that we learn Linuxtracker is distributing over 180 Terabytes of data a year, hackers shut down an anti-piracy site.
California-based electric supercar manufacturer Tesla has not raised the necessary funds to expand its operations.
In a study by computer security expert McAfee shows that businesses risk losing up to $1 trillion worldwide through data theft.
A group of researchers at the University of Tokyo has developed a new type of paint that keeps your Wi-Fi out of the reach of neighbors and evildoers.
When it comes to video game consoles, talking trash never gets old. In an effort to win your hearts and minds, Sony and Microsoft trade blows over who has the superior system.
According to The Washington Times, Sony's Computer Entertainment Division may be headed for disaster with its current PS3 strategy.
Soon after announcing a $155 million loss on the quarter, SanDisk looks to fire as much as 15 percent of its global workforce.
While a Chinese company reveals its sub-$6,000 solar-electric car, Tesla fires 90 percent of its Detroit operations.