The year is just a little more than half over, but we've already seen an explosion of innovative tech. Here's a look at the best of what is out so far in phones, tablets, HDTVs, cameras, and more.
Calls to East Coast retailers on Sunday morning show most retail stores selling the Nexus 7 don't have it yet, are sold out, or only have a few left.
In some ways, Windows Phone feels more social than iOS and Android and with back-to-school season ramping up, Nokia's high-end LTE handset is a great bet for socially-savvy young people.
An "appcessory" is hardware that works--with the assistance of an app--with your iOS or Android phone or tablet. Here is a collection of our favorites--plus several that are just a little weird.
Add to the list of concerns about drones in U.S. airspace the chance of hacking and redirection by terrorists, researchers warn.
The latest gripe with Facebook to light up the blogosphere apparently affects people who synchronize their address book with their Facebook contacts.
Severe storms wiping out power to 2 million people in the eastern US cause an outage of Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud in northern Virginia.
Social networking's lure proves too much even for criminals with something to hide -- which they reveal online.
It's a beautiful thought for Internet, computer and mobile users worried about the troublesome profiling of consumer data that's so rampant.
The free downloadable content pack is for Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3.
If you're itching to get some binary action of your own, head over to Google's homepage where the cryptic doodle honoring the late Alan Turing lies in wait for you to figure out.