Steve Jobs is a master of keynotes, commencement speeches, and product announcements. Here are three of his most memorable talks.
RIM's BBM music service for BlackBerry devices is destined to fail in its current form.
Do e-books need sound effects? One startup, Booktrack, thinks so.
Fox's switch from a one-day content delay to an eight-day delay may be causing an increase in piracy.
Mixing Ayn Rand theory with video game themes, a tech fund is building "Seasteading" micro-nations that will float to their own tune.
Hacker demonstrates sabotage of a charging station to deposit malware or siphon data from phones plugged in to invigorate.
For new customers, the choice is between a pricey per-text fee and an unlimited usage plan.
Social media played a part in London's riots--but not everyone was logging in to perpetrate destruction.
Handheld gaming system PlayStation Vita dubbed a "car wreck" months before U.S. release
TwitPic cofounder designs another social network, with links to its competitors.
The next-gen 911 will accept text and video emergency calls, under the proposed overhaul -- and phone manufacturers will have to accommodate certain types of messages.
The Android tablet rental costs fans at Angel Stadium $10 per game, and the device comes preloaded with a game-day program, free content from a magazine app and access to games and TV shows.
Note: This model of the just-refreshed iMac is not for sale to individuals.
A copy of the movie is circulating on the torrents in advance of its DVD release, supposedly leaked by the celebrity.
Discovering friends through geolocation is the only way to deftly sift through the crowded party and find new friends -- friends that you could actually hang out with in real life, too