Google Maps Mobile will get an offline mode, Street View will get a backpack-mounted camera, and Google Maps Mobile will receive 3D models to entire metropolitan areas.
Five North American cable companies have established a "Cable WiFi" network for accessing the Internet outside a user's home broadband market.
Microsoft is bringing back its student deal that offers a free Xbox 360 4 GB console with the purchase of a Windows 7 PC.
Sony's biopic of the late Steve Jobs will be written by The Social Network screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin.
The Mozilla Marketplace will go into public beta soon, says Mozilla Senior Program Manager Joe Stagner.
An anonymous engineer has figured out how to build a real USS Enterprise that could trek to Mars in 90 days.
The FBI is getting impatient and wants a backdoor to Facebook, Skype, Google Hangouts and other services now to catch evildoers.
Amazon is currently selling the new Nokia Lumia 900 for as low as $39.99 USD with a new two-year contract.
The team who defended the 2008 Olympics against hackers expects an even bigger fight this summer in London.
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile now support carrier billing on Google Play so that subscribers can suffer bill shock at the end of the month.
Amazon is expanding from its experiment with film by taking on episodic programming starting with original comedies and children's shows for Amazon Instant Video.
Gmail users can now translate a foreign email with the click of a button, or set up the account for automatic translation.
A patched version of Skype 5.5 allows the user to acquire the IP address of any Skype member that's currently signed on to the network.
This prototype will be used to promote the use of Super Hi-Vision which features a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 at a solid 60 FPS.