That didn't take long: A +1 sale operation is uncovered, giving Websites the option to buy their way into what they would believe to be a better social search ranking.
An industry news outlet reports that Sony's PlayStation Vita will be powered by a Samsung-provided 45nm CPU.
Bethesda Softworks confirms an August 3 release for Brink's DLC pack Agents of Change, which will be a free download to all for the first two weeks.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello stated plans to put more of a focus on mobile and social gaming than supporting 3D, since "we have not seen a big uptake for 3D gaming."
Acer’s Iconia A100 7-inch Honeycomb tablet is rumored to be released in August, after a three-month delay.
President Obama sent out a tweet today, urging the American people to call, email and tweet their representatives to take a bipartisan approach to the debt ceiling crisis that still has a stranglehold on Washington.
Panasonic's PT-AE7000U is the company's first full HD 3D home theater projector, a dual core image processor, and 3D IR transmitter to sync up shutter glasses
Motorola managed to sell 4.4 million smartphones in its second quarter, but only a tenth as many of its Xoom tablets.
Comedy video site Funny or Die takes on the Netflix price hike with a sketch featuring Jason Alexander.
A report has AT&T preparing to throttle mobile data bandwidth for heavy users rather than charging for overages...and the shift could come with the iPhone 5.
Dell is launching the Streak 10 Pro, its first 10-inch Android tablet, in China. And, maybe, one day, perhaps, it'll arrive in the United States.
Acer may cut the price of its Iconia Tab by $50 to compete with Asus, but Asus is already planning to cut the price of its Eee Pad Transformer to compete with Acer. Is a tablet pricing war underway?
Yahoo, Alibaba, and Softbank have agreed on a compensation plan that will see Alibaba get $2-6 billion from an Alipay "liquidity event."
Twitter users now have the ability to tag NSFW tweets as "sensitive," which allows them to filter out content they might find offensive.
Poor Google TV. Not only is Google's Apple TV competitor failing to sell in high volume, it's actually selling so meagerly that customer returns are outpacing purchases.