American Express customers can now make purchases through Twitter using #hashtags.
The last standing publisher in the ebook price fixing scandal has finally settled, leaving Apple on its own to fight against the Department of Justice.
The latest rumor is that the PlayStation 4 will cost more than $400, but less than the original PlayStation 3's debut.
You can now rent and stream new movies from Blockbuster to PC, Mac, Android, Roku and Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
Verizon now has two prepaid smartphone plans if you're not keen with the typical 2-year ball-and-chain.
Epic Games has released the Epic Citadel tech demo for Android, but has also included a benchmarking feature.
Speaktoit's Assistant for Android now offers a premium account for command storage and extra voices.
Amazon has acquired the company that provides text-to-speech technology on the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet.
There's speculation that the lack of innovation in the Wii U may force Nintendo into embracing mobile after all.
This malware installs as Google Play and even lets infected users browse Google's storefront while secretly sending and receiving commands from malware authors.
There's an iPhone price war going on between Best Buy, Radio Shack, Target, Walmart and Target. The winner? You.
This new camera from Samsung is more like a smartphone with point-and-shoot camera hardware, featuring a 16MP lens, 21x optical zoom and 4G LTE connectivity.
Amazon is pushing its new Kindle Fire tablets this holiday season with a new kid-friendly subscription service.