HP's fire sale brings out the bargain hunters, but it may offer another hint about the appropriate price of tablets.
When Hewlett-Packard dropped the price of its WebOS TouchPad to $99 many online retailers sold out of the tablet quickly.
A glance back reveals that futurists at AT&T and Knight Ridder were on track for technological priorities and development nearly 20 years ago -- what happened?
For almost a month, a mobile developer shared access to his iOS app Starbucks card and invited anyone to save it to their phone and use it to purchase drinks.
Several stores are offering trade-in credit toward the purchase of Nintendo's 3D gaming console.
Longtime Microsoft employee and Windows Phone boss Charlie Kindel announced Monday he's leaving Microsoft after 21 years to start a new company.
People enrolled in Apple’s Developer Program can now transfer their MobileMe accounts to iCloud using Apple’s new portal: me.com/move.
Screen shots of Apple's unreleased operating system reveal a microphone icon that hints of voice recognition functions.
This iPhone design comes with a fake -- but convincing -- hand attached to its back, finally enabling iPhone lovers to hold hands with their smartphone of choice.
Anonymous group hackers continue their assault on law enforcement by releasing 10 gigs of sensitive information from 56 law enforcement entities across the country.
The auto-pilot-equipped Prius was actually flipped into manual mode when the accident happened, Google says.
Rivals lash out on social media after Google’s top legal officer accuses competitors of using “bogus patents” against Android.
Google's top lawyer on Wednesday accused Apple, Microsoft, Oracle and other rivals of using “bogus patents” to strangle Android’s success.