Netflix has announced that it will no longer offer a plan that includes both DVD rental and unlimited streaming.
Bethesda has released a trailer for the third expansion for Fallout: New Vegas, titled “Old World Blues.”
With a whole new look and improved function, Pandora is ready to release its new site on users starting this week.
AMD says its new Radeon HD 6990M GPU is the world's fastest mobile graphics processors...and that's a direct snub at Nvidia's GeForce GTX 580M.
A UConn scientist has invented a film that changes color with electrical current. The military and fashion industry are stoked.
Irrational Games' Ken Levine confirms that the PS Vita BioShock game will be an entirely new game built for the platform from the ground up.
More Europeans want streaming live TV on their computers and mobile devices.
Google continues its quest to take on daily deals giant Groupon by launching Google Offers in New York City and San Francisco
Networking giant Cisco is expected to cut thousands of jobs as the company tries to slash its operating expenses by more than $1 billion.
Panasonic's Life Innovation Container offers easily-transported solar power production, making it useful for disaster relief and off-grid locations.
Microsoft has finally made the E3 trailer for Turn 10 Studios' Forza Motorsport 4 available online, which means lots of car porn and Kanye West.
AT&T's first 4G LTE devices are a USB modem for notebook computers and a mobile hotspot.
Electronic Arts clarifies a report on its UK website that offers conflicting information about the coming release of Burnout Crash; the game is still set to arrive this fall, as originally stated.
Your friends list is still off limits, but your photos aren't with this new Chrome extension that will port Facebook images over to Google+.
The European Court of Justice has ruled online marketplaces like eBay could be liable if they don't do more to protect trademark abuse on their site