The founder of TwitPic has a new photo-sharing service, due out just in time to compete with Twitter's newly introduced photo program.
We go hands on with Eurocom's GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, a high-definition remake of last year's Wii game that was itself a spiritual reboot of the Nintendo 64 FPS classic.
Two Amazon execs patent a new airbag-like protection for mobile devices.
If you can't afford to wait for an iPhone case that deploys airbags if you drop, Inventive Metals has iPhone cases made from solid aluminum.
As expected, more mobile ads from Millennial Media's network are served to devices running Android. But Apple's iPhone remains the No. 1 ad target in the mobile world.
Are you never sure what to take pictures of when you're traveling? The Fujifilm FinePix F600 EXR will offer up a million ideas, based on your GPS location.
Valve confirms the existence and planned early 2012 launch for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, a sequel/update to the 12-year-old series that will be coming to consoles as well as PCs.
It's no secret AT&T will sell off some assets to make the T-Mobile deal work, but now that Wall Street Journal has put a price tag on them: $8 billion.
According to ABI Research, Android-based media tablets have eroded 20 percent of the iPad's market share in the last year...although no single vendor has mounted a credible challenge.
Facebook has made some major changes to its app platform — and we can already see that they're not all good.
A new set photo could offer the first look at the Batwing in The Dark Knight Rises.
Warner Bros. reportedly looks to Harry Potter team for adaptation of The Stand.
A Japanese website known for correctly predicting Apple's plans says that the computer giant will hold an event on September 7, sparking speculation that the iPhone 5 is just around the corner.
Kirby Mass Attack shows you what happens when you feed a Kirby after midnight.
Acer's new Iconia Tab A100 is the first 7-inch Android tablet in the U.S. and Canada to feature Android 3.2 Honeycomb.