The title says it all, and it can be yours this September for $100 USD.
A recent post on Facebook indicates that Best Buy is still facing an increasing number of hack attacks.
The developer behind YouTube-MP3 strikes back with the help of two lawyers and a Change.org petition.
The original 10.1" Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet is now officially banned from sale in the United States.
It was bound to happen, and probably won't be the only lawsuit LinkedIn will see regarding the leak of 6.4 million passwords.
An online retailer is forcing customers to share site maintenance costs for using the outdated Internet Explorer 7.
Looks like Apple's Ping timed out to the point that the company feels the need to move on, and is killing the failed social network with the next release of iTunes.
Here's a good way to stream Hulu Plus, Netflix and other channels and apps without the need for a connected console, laptop, or a Smart TV.
Sony's Android-based watch can now be purchased at Verizon Wireless, but it's not compatible with many Android smartphones despite what Sony is listing on the official product page.
This USB stick-sized micro-computer will turn an HDMI-capable TV into an Android 4.0-based TV that can download apps, play movies off a microSD card and more.
Facebook is opening its App Store to users in the United States on Friday, then the rest of the world in the next few weeks.