The director of the original Blade Runner will return to write and produce a new sequel or prequel of the sci-fi classic.
Minecraft studio Mojang confirmed in a web update that it will publish Cobalt, an action-platformer from the third-party developer Oxeye Game Studios.
Garmin's Vector power meter enables cyclists to gather data about their pedaling performance, while the Edge 200 GPS tracks ride data.
Users speculate that Facebook was blocking Google+ invites from the News Feed, which Facebook denies. Simple technical error, or is the G+ pressure started to get to Facebook?
id Software makes its iOS game Rage HD free after fans post 100,000 "Likes" to the upcoming Rage console game's Facebook page.
The new feature seamlessly integrates forecasts into the Maps experience.
CD Projekt's September 29 version 2.0 update to The Witcher 2 adds two new game modes and a tutorial in addition to various gameplay tweaks and upgrades.
Microsoft has revealed the list of 35 teams that are working on Windows 8. We compare it to the list of 25 teams that worked on Windows 7 to see how things have changed.
Logitech promises an end to battery-changing hassles: its Wireless Solar Keyboard for the Mac will run off sunlight or lamplight.
Apple remains "in talks" concerning a China Mobile iPhone, but now those discussions might be nearing an actual launch.
Market analysis firm DisplaySearch has decided to count tablets as mobile PCs...and that means Apple is far and away the market leader.
Once again, Oxford Dictionary is leading the way in the legitimization of Internet slang.
One man won 1 million won (about US$945) in a suit over the iPhone's clandestine location tracking: now 27,000 more Koreans are lining up for their money.
AT&T has confirmed that it is removing its $10 texting plan and will now force users who want texting to purchase a $20 unlimited plan. We do the math on how this will affect your wireless bill.