With a gorgeous high-resolution screen and comfortable form factor, Google's Nexus 10 gives the iPad some real competition and bests its Android-powered brethren
Despite its longstanding aversion to enabling its officials with technology, FIFA rolled out a camera system this weekend in Brazil that may become the standard for next year’s World Cup.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden gives the world more information about U.S. government surveillance, his reasons for fleeing to Hong Kong, and the media's "unfortunate" attention on his online past and his girlfriend's looks.
We list five important reasons why you should want Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) on your next phone or tablet. If your phone manufacturer is doing its job, you may not have to wait long, either.
Twitter, we had the invitation to ask Edward Snowden anything we wanted. And this is what we did with it. While some of the off-topic queries deserve a small nod of hilarious approval, most of them are leaving us #smh.
Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carter Holy Grail, will be available exclusively to 1 million Samsung Galaxy users for free, three days before its official release, technically giving it platinum status before it's even released.
It's been a long while coming, but publisher Simon & Schuster has finally decided to give the paperback edition of Walter Isaacson's 2011 Steve Jobs biography a release, complete with new cover shot and afterword.
Julian Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in central London for a year this week, with no obvious way out for the Australian-born WikiLeaks founder as he seeks to avoid the clutches of the Swedish and US authorities.
After 72 hours of building, Chicago's MB Labs was crowned the winner of $10,000 at the Red Bull Creation live build. The team won for its Autoloop project, a drumkit controlled via sensors in a nearby table that lets users vary the tempo and rhythm by moving…