Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Apple's got yet another iTrademarkInfringement case on its hands, China sends iPad corporate spies to the big house, and Facebook apparently plans to take on Apple at a modern day Battle of Thermopylae.
Robots modeled after the characters in the popular mobile game Angry Birds were controlled over Wi-Fi at the Beijing International High Tech Expo this week.
In this slideshow, Benj Edwards looks at modem history, from its genesis in the 1950s to the present.
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., this week opens a $19 million, 25,000-square-foot building expansion and signature exhibition titled, "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing."
Almost a year to the day since Polaroid said it was signing on Lady Gaga as its creative director, the popular singer unveiled on Thursday the fruits of her labor at the imaging company.
Mavizon and Griffin are each unveiling systems that will give iPhone users a similar ability to monitor their vehicle's performance and location.
Smartphones and tablets stole the gadget headlines in 2010 as the innovation spotlight turned away from consumer electronics and back to computing. Here's a look at the top gadgets of 2010.
Whether you’ve waited until the last minute or simply wanted to purchase an online present, you don’t have to settle for a an email or printed link when Christmas morning comes. Spice up your gifting with a few of these ideas.
Apple aims to simplify the process of buying a Mac, one kid learns the hard way that stealing is bad, and we're shocked—shocked!—to find that there's insider trading going on here.
Dan Frakes joins host Chris Breen to talk about holiday gifts for the media lovers in your life.
A native iOS client for Google's location-based Latitude social network has arrived more than a year and a half after the service's initial launch.
Senior Editor Jon Seff would love a new iMac, a replacement for his aging Nikon D40; some audio upgrades; and a gadget that will make road-trips both easier and more fun.
This portable hotspot will provide a little bubble of Wi-Fi for up to five devices, powered by AT&T's data network.
One musical act is up to its usual shenanigans, now iPhone-enhanced; the father of "net neutrality" is scared of Apple; and an ex-Apple exec finds yet another new home.
Stuart Hughes is offering a £5 million Apple iPhone 4 for sale -- that's $8 million in US dollars -- adorned with 500 individual flawless cut diamonds totaling 100 carats.