You may want to hold off on that DROID 2 purchase…
iPhonemania may have gotten a jump start over the weekend with the device's launch in an additional 17 countries, but Apple was this week dealt big blows in its battle against Google's Android OS.
We bang on fresh keyboards from Microsoft, Logitech, Matias, and Eclipse, and determine whether they deserve to sit in front of your monitor.
A New York man is facing charges for obstruction of justice for swallowing a Kingston USB flash in an attempt to destroy evidence.
Part 2: Keyboards, mice, and everything nice in between to help save your body from the pain associated with bad postures and designs.
Who needs console when you can pay for a $90 USB device that plays both Genesis and Super Nintendo cartridges?
Soon after announcing a $155 million loss on the quarter, SanDisk looks to fire as much as 15 percent of its global workforce.
Telecommunications company, AT&T has launched its own tech support service to rival Best Buy’s famous Geek Squad.
Chicago (IL) - If you think about it, it is somewhat surprising that Apple has not yet managed to add the good old copy and paste feature to its iPhone software.
Mountain House (CA) - A few weeks ago, we learned how Nvidia is using its PhysX API to convert PhysX calculations and accelerate them on a GPU.
Chicago (IL) - Apple will launch iPhone 3G in the U.S. through AT&T stores and its own retail locations this Friday, 8:00 am sharp. If you plan on purchasing the device on its first day of availability, there are a few need-to-knows
AMD may leave the list of the world’s ten largest chip manufacturers as quickly as it had become part of it: