As Zynga gets closer to going public, their internal figures show a company with healthy revenue sources.
On 20 minutes into its maiden voyage, the US Military's Falcon HTV-2, which is capable of traveling more than 3 miles per second, has gone completely missing.
Dell's new Inspiron 13z and 14z sport bright colors, slim designs, and Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, while Dell's Vostro V131 gets a battery life boost.
Lenovo's new ThinkVision LT1421 is designed to be a portable second monitor for notebook users, perfect for presentations or that extra productivity.
Google has officially complained to the International Trade Commission that Microsoft improperly revealed "highly confidential" Android source code.
We were promised new releases, but thus far for every new Facebook update, there's a respective glitch.
THQ’s upcoming third-person action game will feature co-op play, but it may not be included in the launch of the game.
LG and Sony have reached a cross licensing deal that puts an end to patent infringement suits over LG's mobile phones, televisions, and the PlayStation 3 Blu-ray drive.
V-Moda's Crossfade M-80 on-ear headphones feature 40mm drivers, a Steelflex headband, Kevlar-reinforced cables, and military-level ruggedness.
Before it's too late, Nintendo needs to dump its archaic anti-mobile agenda and get with the times.
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.