A U.S. District judge late Monday lifted the temporary sales ban against Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1.
This time you play on the side of the pigs as you try and steal eggs from those furious fowls
Some iPhone 5 buyers claim handset is scratch-prone, while others claim phone is scuffed before taking it out of the box.
Twitter's getting just a bit more photogenic: The company on Tuesday announced a redesign for its iPad Twitter app, along with updates to its iOS and Android apps and a new profile page overhaul that includes Facebook-style cover photos.
Apple and U.S. carriers began accepting iPhone 5 preorders early Friday morning. By 8 a.m. ET, shipping estimates had already slipped to two weeks.
AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint won't be the only U.S. carriers to offer the iPhone 5 later this month. Cricket Wireless will also offer a prepaid, no-contract version of Apple's latest phone, though it will be available a week after it goes on sale elsewhere.
Amazon's is priming its newly unveiled Kindle Fire HD as an iPad competitor. Here's how the two tablets measure up.
The battle is far from over: Samsung is appealing, Apple wants to ban sales of specific Samsung devices in the U.S., and a much bigger battle could be brewing between Apple and Google. Here's what to look for in the coming days.
A price cut to Sony's Tablet S shows how iPad rivals are trying to compete with Apple's dominance in the market by lowering prices.
These digital camera and camcorder Black Friday deals will make finding that perfect "something" a lot easier to find when shopping for the shutterbug on your gift list.
PCWorld's Ian Paul spends some time with the newly introduced video editing features for Google's YouTube online video site.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday publicly addressed the growing criticisms against his company for its failure to safeguard user privacy.
Google has announced that its interactive 30th anniversary Pac-Man doodle has earned a permanent spot on Google.com.
Facebook is reportedly undergoing internal struggles as the company debates concerns raised over user privacy, and the social network may revamp its user privacy settings in the coming days.
Facing a growing chorus of dissatisfaction from users, pundits, critics, and lawmakers, Facebook is reportedly holding an all hands meeting on to address the backlash against the company's privacy policies.