The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will cost $500 with a two-year contract--totaling $1220 over two years. That's enough to buy six Kindle Fires.
Despite the company's brash marketing and seemingly innovative products, few Americans have heard of the Chinese smartphone company.
Angry Birds in Space will arrive March 22.
After a tumultuous year for Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ), new CEO Meg Whitman brought the vendor back to its roots and delivered the messages channel partners.
Apple continues to dominate, but Amazon's Kindle Fire is doing very well.
Streaming video is more popular than ever.
Google Screenwise gives you money if you allow it to track your search results in Chrome -- but so does Bing Rewards.
If you're not a resident of Kansas City, be jealous. Be very jealous.
While all the brick-and-mortar stores are turning to Web commerce, a pioneer in Web commerce is turning traditional.