Sony's Xperia Tablet Z has gone on sale around the world today, and like its smartphone counterpart it has proven to be a success for the company, which has reported record-breaking pre-orders.
Social networking site Pinterest has launched a bunch of "more useful" pins that offer additional content with some images. Starting out with product pins, recipe pins and movie pins, the new feature has already attracted interest from some big-name…
The W3-810 tablet running Windows 8 Pro has shown up on Acer's Finnish website, shortly after it made a brief appearance on Amazon's website, and was tipped for release at the beginning of June.
For all the beautiful, innovative updates Google+ keeps pushing, it can't get me to use the service. After nearly two years, we're just now starting to figure out why the social network (or layer) or sorts isn't able to compel the user.
Go figure: The Internet has plenty to say about Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr. Here are some of the best tweets and Tumblr posts concerning the deal.
If you need confirmation that anything digital never dies, here's video showing how you can bring back old Snapchats. It's the second time in recent weeks that the "ephemeral" technology is being questioned.
Sure, Google rolled out all kinds of exciting app updates this week. But don't let that overshadow the other great releases that came out. Grab the best apps of the week including Moldiv, an update to Zomato, Blitz Brigade, and more.
Facebook hoaxes and scams won't relent, but at the least here are five types of hoaxes you should be mindful of as not to fall victim.
New processors from Intel are scheduled to release this summer, which makes a refresh of the Macbook Pro in June of 2013 all but certain. What features should Apple include in the next Pro, and what features are we most likely to see?
Etsy may be a great place to find that simple little item that really ties the room (or outfit) together. But its terms of service toss sellers into a maze of rules and regulations – and violating them can destroy one's livelihood.
Dmitry Glukhosvky, the author of Metro 2033 and writer of 4A Games' Metro: Last Light, shares his unique perspective on building a franchise that gives fans the opportunity to take ownership of the fictional universe.
Even though the Infiniti Emerg-e is dead, a flagship sports car isn’t. The yet-to-be-named coupe will be aimed at what Infiniti is calling “little emperors,” wealthy 20-something who’re used to getting what they want.
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of the read receipt - that horrible, good-for-nothing feature that does nothing but turn you into a crazy person who everyone knows isn't reading their Facebook chats. Damnit.
This week you can win a vacation, thousands in cash, or even a full year's supply of Dunkin' Donuts Iced Coffee in this week's social ways to win.