Amazon has announced a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. TV.
BBC and NHK will use the world's only Super Hi-Vision equipment to film a variety of Olympic sports and broadcast them to the public.
Google's 1Gbit-per-second broadband network is ready...if you live in Kansas City, that is.
Seven-inch tablet rumors are hot right now. Here's the latest one: Barnes & Noble will release a new Nook tablet with a "revolutionary" screen.
Google's Android and Apple's iOS account for 86 percent of the U.S. smartphone market, leaving other operating systems in the dust.
The office supply chain expects to ship the tablet on July 12. It's selling only the 16GB version--for $249.
Best Buy is reportedly trying out a new look: a smaller, friendlier outlet strongly influenced by Apple's retail stores.
Google will be closing iGoogle, Google Video, Google Talk Chatback, Google Mini, and the Symbian Search App in the near future.
Hewlett-Packard's first Windows 8 tablet will be a business-oriented slate running an x86 CPU, not a consumer product running Microsoft's upcoming Windows RT operating system, the company has announced.
Both the 7- and 10-inch models are said to use a metal casing rather than the plastic body found on the first-gen model.
Google says its Nexus 7 is thin and light, and it is correct.
Intended to be a green gesture, the event was canceled after a loud outcry from printing industry trade groups, which called it "ill-conceived."
The trend toward mobile video viewing will no doubt continue as more consumers buy tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots proliferate, and cellular carriers upgrade networks.
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