Google appears to be working on a smart watch that operates much like its highly anticipated Android-powered eyeglasses.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS may tie the knot; the combination of the two could be a bad deal for many consumers.
App.net cuts prices to make it easier to join its premium social network.
A new feature added to Foursquare Tuesday sends you an alert each time your friend checks in on the service.
Non-upgrade versions of Windows are being replaced in Windows 8 by the System Builder version, which is more accommodating when it comes to transferring a license.
Google is trying to out-news Apple.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset has been ordered to pay for downloading pirated music. Could a possible Supreme Court fight settle the issue of how much a pirated song is worth?
Microsoft plans to open 32 new retail locations in time for the holiday season.
The chipmaker may offer an alternative technology to the Qi standard supported by the Wireless Power Consortium.
Wolfram Alpha’s new personal analytics service
The Isis service for paying for goods and services via smartphone initially will be available in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Austin, Texas.
LG will be bringing a new gaming-specific app store to its Cinema 3D Smart TV line laterthi
The Wall Street Journal will be providing free Wi-Fi hotspots scattered throughout New York City and San Francisco through the end of September.
The first Kindle Fire redefined what an inexpensive tablet could be. But with the rumored iPad Mini on the way, is being inexpensive good enough?
Klout updates the way it computes your Klout score, which will bring your score more in line with real-world influence versus social networking prowess.