If you go to a major wireless carrier and ask to buy a high-end, contract-free phone, they’ll usually make you pay upwards of $600 for the privilege.
Google appears to be testing a new service called Google Keep, which could allow users to compile written notes, task lists, web links and images in one place.
Although Apple’s detractors like to say the company isn’t innovating anymore, it’s hard to see how Samsung is much different.
Google’s decision to shut down Google Reader has left some in the tech world feeling battered and bruised.
More than a year after Netflix added Facebook connectivity in other parts of the world, U.S. users are finally getting their chance to share.
Something funny’s going on with Sony’s PlayStation Vita handheld.
Germany-based 4tiitoo is working on the NUIA EyeCharm, a $60 eye-tracking attachment for Microsoft’s Kinect motion controller. The product seeks $100,000 in funding from Kickstarter.
Apologies in advance for the rant, but AT&T’s response to the controversy over cell phone unlocking really gets under my skin.
Although the general understanding with digital goods is that you can’t resell them, Apple and other tech firms don’t necessarily agree.
The redesigned News Feed is simpler, cleaner and designed to be consistent across desktop and mobile devices. Here are a few reasons why that’s a good thing.
How big can Samsung’s Galaxy Note go? Apparently not as huge as we originally expected.
With the threat of smaller, cheaper start-up efforts looming, Microsoft is pulling back the curtain on the future of its Kinect motion controller.