Microsoft installed a gigantic Windows Phone in New York’s Herald Square Monday to mark the debut of Windows Phone 7.5 devices on store shelves.
In World Tech Update this week: Wikileaks' Assange loses his appeal, Amazon offers free books, HTC ranks as the top smartphone vendor, and more.
IBM’s Watson may not be eligible for cash prizes, but the trivia-savvy computer has beaten a trio of Harvard Business School contestants in a mock 'Jeopardy' competition.
China has built its first supercomputer based entirely on homegrown microprocessors, a major step in breaking the country's reliance on Western technology for...
The Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank is a new addition to Brookstone's line up of WiFi-controlled toys.
Nokia launches two Windows Phones, Sony buys Sony Ericsson, Amazon boosts Kindle Fire production, and more.
In World Tech Update this week: Apple's iPhone 4S goes global, the PlayStation Vita gets a launch date, Donald Trump digitally signs an e-book, and more.
Macworld's Jason Snell talks with the iPhone 4S's new Siri technology.
This week's World Tech Update takes a look back at the life and legacy of Apple chairman and co-founder Steve Jobs.
Apple fans create a makeshift memorial at the Ginza Apple Store in Tokyo.
Outside of the Apple Store in downtown San Francisco, CA, technology fans talk about how they'll miss Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder who resigned from the company in the mid-1980s and returned a decade later to make Apple one of the most successful technology companies in the world, has died.
Amazon's new 7-inch, $200 Android tablet joins a crowded market dominated by Apple's iPad.
In this week's World Tech Update: Google's Eric Schmidt gets grilled by a congressional panel, Netflix comes clean about its price change, NASA anticipates a satellite's fall to Earth, and more.
Thousands of libraries across the U.S. can now loan e-books through Amazon. They can be delivered to your phone, iPad, Kindle or PC/Mac and are free with your library membership.