Netflix founder and first CEO has chimed in on this whole Qwikster mess.
A guide for those confused by the name of Netflix's new DVD-only spin-off business.
Google isn't releasing full-blown offline versions of its apps. It has released a Chrome Web App for offline Gmail that also adds some offline features to Calendar and Docs.
Analysis: These gadgets and services were gone fast, in existences that were nasty and brutish.
Analysis: Nine questions about an alternate reality in which Big Blue steered clear of little computers.
Toshiba's Qosmio can play 3D Blu-rays and convert standard movies into a fake 3D effect, but it seems unlikely that there are teeming masses of people lining up for this technology.
Analysis: Which phones are the easiest to use?
According to tech companies, people prefer their gadgets to intimacy. But that's been claimed about a lot of things through the years.
Google Chief Legal Officer David Drummond blogged about the patents arms race in which tech companies build gigantic portfolios of pricey patents, then use them to launch lawsuits, extract licenses, or defend themselves.
Is Apple's iCloud pricing worth it? You decide.
WIMM is trying to revive the concept of creating a computing device strapped to your wrist. It's way too early to declare it a success, but the demo is intriguing.
Iomega's Mac Companion Hard Drive is a standard desktop model USB hard disk that's designed to charge an iPad.
HDFaces will be included at no extra charge as part of a standard GoToMeeting account, which costs $49 a month or $468 a year for unlimited meetings.
Barnes & Noble talks likely to lead to latest in long line of bold Apple non-mergers and un-acquisitions!