The Kindle Fire has only been on the market a week or so, but people are already talking about another model.
AIM now features a seamless leap into video chat, and photo-sharing isn't relegated to URLs and text.
The tablet is arriving two days ahead of schedule for people who ordered it for in-store pick up and home delivery.
A new study by ChangeWave suggests the Kindle Fire will eat into iPad sales -- but the study is flawed.
As budget media tablets race to the bottom on price, e-book readers are the real winners receiving deep price cuts and improved features.
If we don't actively protect our own data, does it matter if big businesses sell our personal details?
With Google reportedly on the verge of launching a native Gmail app for iOS, here's eight features I'd love to see included in the app.
The iPhone Dev-Team proves that a jailbreak is possible with the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, but there's still plenty of work to be done.
Want to force certain gifts on people while giving them the illusion of choice? Amazon has patented an idea for a "smart" gift card that will let the giver recommend items, track what's purchased, and restrict items from being purchased altogether.
A psychology professor says complaining -- be it on the Web or alone in front of a mirror -- releases stress and makes the grumbler feel physically better.
Celebrate the life of Steve Jobs with a new book, biographer interview, and memorial video.
RIM offers users free apps and a month of technical support as an apology for last week's outages.
New shows available from the CW network, which include Gossip Girl and The Vampire Diaries, bolster the Netflix library.
The Android app looks almost exactly like Netflix's official product but carries a Trojan.
Not eligible for an iPhone 4S? Download iOS 5 to your iPhone 4 and you'll get a goodly clutch, but not all, of the new iPhone's capabilities.