Apple hasn't even announced its next tablet, but reports already suggest initial shipments will be low because of a shortage of retina displays.
News reports out of Charlotte, N.C., indicate a "known suspect" swiped 25 iPhones from an Apple Store at Northlake Mall between Dec. 1 and Jan. 11.
A Georgia Tech researcher's deep dive into some half a million Enron emails could some day result in smarter messaging software.
President Obama has shared his 2012 campaign playlist over Spotify.
Amazon has released a new advertisement that takes a shot at the price of Apple's iPad, emphasizing the lower cost of the Kindle e-reader and Android-based Kindle Fire tablet computer.
Apple's concern is that app developers are paying companies to use bots to artificially boost apps into Apple's App Store Top 25 charts.
Some days there seems to be more Steve Jobs news than ever before, with memories and marketing schemes continuing to influence Apple and others.
Motorola and Woot admit that some refurbished Xoom tablets may have been sold with ex-owners' sensitive data still on them.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Georgia Tech have issued a list of 9 tips for better tweeting based on a study of Twitter usefulness.
One way Apple keeps details of anticipated products such as the iPad 3 or iPhone 5 under wraps is reportedly by ensuring that its engineers are super trustworthy.
Tablet computers will eventually replace laptops, according to nearly half of Americans polled earlier this month.
The iPhone is by far the smartphone most in demand among 4,000 North American consumers, but Samsung, Apple's frequent rival in court, is coming on strong, according to
2011 will be remembered for the death of Steve Jobs, Cisco's refocusing, IPv6's coming-out party, and more.
Scarlett Johansson, Justin Bieber, Charlie Sheen, Lady Gaga, and Alec Baldwin all make tech news, voluntarily or not.
Most people make friends with others online who have common interests, but it's rare for people's interests to rub off on others, according to new research out of Harvard University.