Storage limitations could be an issue for early adopters, just as it was for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
If you love eye candy, you'll find Sharp's Mebius slate absolutely delicious.
Giving away scads of free cloud storage is all the rage these days, but when you've hit your limit, your options are few, and the answers from cloud services, murky.
The 'One Microsoft' lines are beginning to blur, starting with the unification of the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store.
Overall PC sales may be shrinking, but NPD Group says that sales of Chromebooks and touch-based Windows laptops both picked up during back-to-school season.
Samsung has returned to the onerous practice of region locking with the Galaxy Note 3, and that means you'll need to shell out big bucks to use the tablet abroad.
The first is a thrilling smartphone display innovation; the second reeks of 'me too!'
A new, non-Apple-sanctioned Android app claims to let you chat with iOS users via iMessage, but there are too many questions swirling around to trust it.
Search-engine-optimization firms and individual businesses in New York State must now pay fines ranging from $2500 to just under $100,000, and must discontinue the practice of posting fake reviews.
The 5.2-inch display on the LG Vu 3 is an aspect ratio blast from the past.
The humorist-turned-politician sent an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook with a dozen questions on the privacy implications of Touch ID.
Dude, where's my processor for collecting background sensor data?
The low cost wireless service provider is trying to stand out from rivals by offering a top-of-the-line phone in the form of Motorola's recently released Moto X.
Because the fact that unlocking your cell phone is a crime is anti-competitive—and just plain stupid.