As is customary, the folks over at iFixit took apart a Motorola Droid 2, and exposed its innards for the world to see.
UC Berkeley researchers and students create a backpack that can be used to build 3D maps of buildings.
The iPhone 4 gets jailbroken and unlocked, Android users find Froyo for the Moto Droid, and DJs might soon get their geek on. It's This Week in GeekTech!
Apple apparently blocked JailbreakMe on its in-store network, but that isn't preventing daring souls from jailbreaking floor-model iPhones and iPads in Apple Stores.
Testing browser speed involves more than timing page loading with a stopwatch. Here's why browser speed testing can be tricky.
IE vs. Firefox vs. Chrome vs. Safari vs. Opera: Our lab tests reveal which browser is the fastest, the safest, and the most powerful tool for the Web.
Identity-theft protection services are a hot topic in security circles. Do these services work? Should you use them? Here's what should you know about them before you decide to sign up.
Geek out and see what made news this week in the GeekTech blog!
Ready to geek out retro-style? The Computer History Museum has made the source code two key parts of the original Mac software package available for your download.
Another week's gone by, which means another batch of awesomely awesome nerdy stories for your perusal. It's This Week in GeekTech!
Apple will hold a press conference Friday morning at 10 AM Pacific, presumably to clear the air over the iPhone 4 antenna issues.