Desktop computers and networks more powerful than the technology that guided the Apollo astronauts recreate the historic mission this week.
The $50 Sony Ericsson W518a offers a digital music player, mobile Facebook application, and, yes, it makes calls, too.
Google will be launching a version of its Google Voice phone service for Blackberry and Android handsets.
Soon consumers will have a number of different tech choices to make between the launch of new operating systems and office suites.
Maybe they should call it "Delayed Patch Tuesday"? Where's the outrage?
Google may win the hearts of techies with its Chrome OS, but what about the rest of the computer world?
Many news sites have beefed up their capacities to handle the anticipated crush of online onlookers today.
Latest tallies show IE still dominates, but the rest of the pack is rallying.
Microsoft issues important updates to Windows XP and Vista users that fix some (not all) security flaws.
The e-voting machines weren't the reason for long lines, bit turnout was, election officials say, suggesting early voting options for the next election.
Despite reports all day long about an assortment of e-voting machine problems in several U.S. states, no massive systemic problems were reported.
Let's call it the Loch Ness monster video of the touch-screen e-voting world.