Netflix has posted solid growth of more than 1.7 million new subscribers in the first three months of the year despite losing a major contract with Starz. But a slow outlook for the next three months has some worried.
In response to the Sprint launch, Verizon has dropped the price of the Galaxy Nexus from $300 to $200.
Social video app Viddy completes its Series A funding with some impressive new names and partners.
The countdown on Samsung's Next Galaxy website has ended, revealing a teaser video that doesn't give away anything about the phone, but plenty about Samsung's intentions.
Samsung's much aniticpated Galaxy S III handset is set to be unveiled in London on May 3. But a countdown clock the Korean company has posted on the web is set to hit zero hours on Monday morning. What's that all about then?
The long-awaited Galaxy S3 has popped up on Amazon's German site, supporting earlier claims of Android 4.0 and a larger Super AMOLED display, but makes no mention of processor type or speed.
After all the early hype, it's time to take a look at the lowdown on SoLoMo.
As more consumers look for new ways to share photos with friends and family online, Sony leaping into the cloud by offering free photo and video storage.
Apple introduced a new webpage on its site on Friday, highlighting how the iPhone can be utilized by businesses. With the BlackBerry losing ground in the enterprise market, the Cupertino company is keen to take its place capitalize on the success of its iPhone…
Consumers may interact with Microsoft products every day, but apparently they're not making the company much cash. The money trail shows Microsoft drifting away from consumers and closer to business. Will its products follow suit?
A new study suggests that tablets have become the second most popular way to watch full-length television shows.
Hot on the heals of speculation that Apple will use Liquidmetal to make the body of the next iPhone, a new rumor says that the touchscreen will also receive an upgrade in the form of in-cell touch panels, which would make the phone thinner and lighter.
Scientists have figured out a way to shrink x-ray technlogy, allowing devices like smartphones to have x-ray sensors in them. We explore how this new technology works.