AT&T Transforms Yellow Pages into Groupon Clone

Yellow Pages Deals is available in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Los Angeles and will work the same way Groupon does: a deal needs to be validated by a certain number of users before going live.

Redbox will Soon Rent Video Games

The kiosk service is going beyond DVDs to begin offering a selection of video game rentals in June.

Android Fragmentation Cools Developers' Interest

The two main complaints expressed by those surveyed about Android were fragmentation and subpar tablets for the operating system.

U.S. Army Enlists Android for Battlefield Communication

The Defense Department has picked Google's Android smartphone OS to power a new military communication device: the JBC-P Handheld.

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook Already has 3 Strikes--Is It Out?

The tablet is available but, with so many omissions, it might have been better off incubating awhile longer.

Apple is the Worst Environmental Offender in Tech, Says Greenpeace

Greenpeace slams Apple over cloud computing facility claiming the company is the worst environmental offender in tech.

White House App Comes to Android Marketplace

The app contains behind-the-scenes photos and videos, updates from the blog and the briefing room, and mobile alerts about major events and announcements from the White House.

Google Map Maker Launches in the US

Google has added new features such as street-level perspective on places with Street View imagery, editable points of interest, and powerful search options that can see small details like railroad tracks.

Toshiba's New Self-Erasing Hard Drives: The Ultimate in Data Security

When one of these intelligent hard disk drives is connected to an unknown host, it can erase itself, or a variety of other protective functions.

T-Mobile Unlimited Data Plan Includes Throttling

T-Mobile will throttle user connections after 2GB, crippling its users' functionality for the remainder of that billing cycle.

Bing Closes Gap on Google's Search Engine Lead

Bing captured about 30 percent of the search market in March, while Google's share declined, going from nearly 67 percent to 64 percent.

Google Street View Departs Germany

Although cleared in court, Google stops photographing German towns amid privacy complaints.

Did Apple Ban Best Buy from Selling iPads?

Retailer and vendor are negotiating after a skirmish over the availability (or not) of iPads.

Chrome OS: Headed to a Tablet Near You?

Is Google ready to undermine Android just as it ascended to the top of the market? Or are the two operating systems destined to converge?