OnLive announces plans to launch its cloud gaming service in the United Kingdom starting September 22, to coincide with the launch of the 2011 Eurogamer Expo London.
As the fight between Apple and Samsung intensifies, the Economist takes a look at which parts Samsung supplies for the iPhone 4 in this handy infographic.
Fans who preorder Prototype 2 will have the chance to be scanned and digitally inserted into the gaming as unsuspecting pedestrians.
Almost 200,000 people stopped paying for TV in the second quarter of 2011, many of whom have turned to streaming video providers like Netflix and Hulu.
AT&T will not launch its first 4G LTE device until closer to the end of 2011, indicating that the next iPhone will most likely not be LTE.
Walmart is foregoing a native iPad app for its Vudu video streaming service, opting instead for an iPad-optimized Web site - and keeping 100% of its revenue.
The Federal Communications Commission has plans to allow individuals in emergency situations to send text messages, video and photos to 911 responders.
Popular fan-made Mortal Kombat web series gets the Blu-Ray treatment.
Seven commercial spaceflight companies will receive $10 million in contracts from NASA.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing forward a plan to ban people suspected of inciting or planning criminal activity from using social networks like Twitter, Facebook and BlackBerry Messenger.
The company says laptops of the future will be faster, more efficient and more tablet-like.
The company now has exclusive access to Beats' tech for smartphones.
Review: The Samsung PN51D550 gives buyers an extra inch of diagonal span compared to 50-inch HDTVs, plus outstanding plasma black levels and 3D performance.
An aircraft scheduled to be tested by the Pentagon on Thursday is capable of reaching speeds of up to 13,000mph, or 3.6 miles a second.