Barnes & Noble has apparently reversed its trend toward partnering on Nook hardware and will keep building (and cutting the prices of) its e-readers.
Microsoft can't seem to catch a break with gamers; every bit of good news seems to be followed by bad. Let's review.
The new speed offerings underscore the need for there to be more competition in the cable TV and Internet service space.
One young journalist learned the power of social networking over the weekend. Said lesson ended with him out of a job.
Analysis: More speculation seeps out about a skinny, 10-inch Amazon tablet and more robust Kindle Fire to be unveiled in July.
Analysis: Word is that Sony will be first to market with the PlayStation 4, and that Microsoft's Xbox 720 has 16 cores to entice gamers.
Crowdsourcing site enables fans and friends to finance development of the next chapter of favorite but stalled games.
Analysis: The new iPad's Retina display has ruined Android for me. Here's the deal.
If this rumor is true, the big question is: Can a Nexus Tablet compete with the Kindle Fire and the next iPad?
A Samsung exec says the company isn't finding much success with tablets, a day before their latest overpriced device launch date is announced.
In 2012 you're going to eat better, lose weight and exercise your body, right? Well don't forget about exercising your brain! I took brain-training service Lumosity for a test drive, and enjoyed the experience.
Analysis: Its users are unhappy with Reader changes, the iOS Gmail app is pulled; what next?
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