T-Mobile says the Android-based successor to its G1 phone is slated for an early summer release.
According to a beta tester of the iPhone 3.0 software, the forthcoming update will no longer let you re-downlad iPhone apps you've already downloaded.
The long-expected update to the Android operating system, version 1.5, has arrived, with T-Mobile rolling out the new OS to G1 phones next week.
The RealNetworks case involving DVD-ripping software goes to court.
Google is bringing movies and TV shows to its YouTube video-sharing service, inking deals with Sony, CBS, MGM, and others.
More unconfirmed technical specs of Microsoft's planned iPod touch rival have emerged, PC World reports.
Reports that Apple is ordering large amounts of flash memory have some people speculating that a larger capacity iPhone is in the works.
T-Mobile is set to launch two new devices -- a home phone and tablet computer -- running on the Google Android platform early next year.
Analysts have already begun speculating on what features the next iPhone might have. Are their predictions likely to come true?
Facebook says it will tweak its homepage in the coming weeks in direct response to user uproar over recent designs changes.
Privacy watchdogs in the United Kingdom want to close down Google Street View, only days after the service was launched in Great Britain.
Kevin Rose, founder of Digg.com, speculates on how an iPhone copy-and-paste feature might work.
In contrast to the iPhone App Store, where 99 cent apps dominate the offerings, Research In Motion’s application store for BlackBerry devices will have a minimum price of $2.99 for paid apps.
As good as an iPhone version of Kindle sounds, PC World’s Daniel Ionescu notes that there are a few shortcomings to the app as well.
Dniel Ionescu of PC World looks at what Facebook’s new terms of service are all about.