With the clock ticking down to the July 1 demise of Google Reader, Digg has promised that a beta version of its Reader alternative will launch just in time.
Verizon Wireless has announced a new cloud-storage service to compete with Dropbox, Google Drive, and SkyDrive, but it's not really clear why anyone would use it in place of those services.
Samsung is reportedly waiting for Google's approval to build a Nexus 11 tablet, with an 11-inch display, octa-core Exynos processor, and MicroSD slot for up to 64 GB of expandable storage.
Piracy sinks game development studios in Game Dev Tycoon, but only in pirated copies.
Google Drive users no longer have to worry about accessing their documents without an Internet connection--as long as they’re using Google’s Chrome browser
Intel expects its Bay Trail chips will power budget laptops running Android, but the OS as it currently is designed may not be best suited to the task.
As tablets gobble up low-end sales, PC makers are turning to increasingly innovative designs to (hopefully) spur high-end demand.
Nokia has something up its sleeves for May 14, and that something has something to do with Lumias. We make some guesses.
In the first quarter of 2013, Windows 8 and RT devices accounted for 7.5 percent of the tablet market, with 3 million units shipped. That's up from 0 percent a year earlier, before Windows-based tablets were feasible.
After conquering the low end of the tablet market with the Kindle Fire, Amazon may be getting ready to invade the living room with a television set-top box.
For all the pain and suffering over the iPhone 4's somewhat minor antenna issues, anguished users are finally getting their closure in the form of $15 settlement checks.
Aereo, the place-shifting broadcast TV provider that networks love to hate, announces plans for a Boston expansion the same day that CBS announces plans to invest in an Aereo rival.
Signs are emerging that the virtual assistant Google Now will be offered on platforms other than Android, such as a Web app and within the Chrome browser.
Digital Public Library of America aims to collect public knowledge