If the price is right, it will sell--and it looks like Amazon is taking this philosophy very seriously.
Apple succeeded in getting a Dutch court to ban the sale of the three phones that it claims are too similar to the iPhone. The ban affects select EU countries and takes effect October 15.
Note for the future: Text messaging appears to be the best way to communicate after an earthquake rocks your world.
Miramax is offering online movies via Facebook, for $3 per rental.
A key Google partner is considering its options -- including a proprietary OS -- in the wake of Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobile.
Sprint is reportedly marketing the struggling Clearwire to cable companies, who could then bundle yet another tech service.
Google's latest Doodle pays homage to the mathematician's last theorem.
End of the PC era? Our readers don't think so.
Mobile phones are a good diversion when you’ve got nothing to do – and a good prop to avoid unpleasant social situations, a Pew study found.
Never worry about dropping your device again.
IBM, the company that, arguably, launched the "PC Era," now thinks we're living in a post-PC world.
Nokia is killing off its Symbian operating system in order to make way for Windows Phone 7.
Need your Starbuck's fix, but don't have the cash? Go ahead and use mobile developer Jonathan Stark's card. No, really.
Facebook is making changes to its news feed to make advertisers more visible.