Logitech wants to make its presence felt in the Webcam market...and unveiled seven new models today, including a 2-megapixel, 720p model with Carl Zeiss optics.
Jobs may be ready to step away from Apple, but not before completing the iPad as his magnum opus.
T-Mobile will be launching the BlackBerry Curve 8520 on August 5th...and it'll be the first BlackBerry to launch with out-of-the-box Mac support.
What will Apple’s hotly anticipated piece of next-gen hardware look like?
Verbatim's new line of SureFire portable external hard drives sports USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 ports...and come in 250, 320, and 500 GB capacities.
Think the mobile application thing is just a fad? Apple iPhone and iPod touch users have downloaded more than 1.5 billion - yes, billion - applications.
Got sensitive data? The IronKey S200 Flash drive offers FIPS 140-2, Level 3 validation, cryptographic storage, and a self-destruct mechanism.
Microsoft has released Silverlight 3, with beefed-up support for streaming high-definition content as well as the ability to run in applications outside a Web browser.
Google's announcement that it plans to enter the operating system market means Google CEO Eric Schmidt will have to review his role on Apple's board.
The SEC is probing what Apple knew about the health of Steve Jobs, and how much it disclosed.
Speculation is rife that computer maker Dell is working on a handset that will use Google's Android OS.
Firefox 3.5 is out, offering Safari-like private browsing, support for Ogg Vorbis and Ogg Theora audio and video, and claims to be twice as fast as Firefox 3.0.
Steve Jobs has returned to Apple, but he'll only be in the office a few days a week.
Two reports place Apple boss Steve Jobs back on the company campus in Silicon Valley.
Is the 3G S simply not enough of an upgrade over the 3G to attract the usual multitasking multitudes?