This one just won't die: In that latest round of Verizon iPhone talk, a a source claims Verizon will bring a 4G version of the iPhone to its brand new LTE network in early 2011.
We've got stats and pics of the Motorola tablet Rick Rubin showed off last week at All Things D running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).
Twitter has released several lists of the most popular topics on the social network in 2010. Good news for girls, Justin Bieber made the list!
Waiting until iPads show up at Costco? Don't hold your breath: Costco has revealed its warehouse stores will soon be phasing out all Apple products.
Reuters has been checking with companies supplying components for Apple...and one says the next iPad will have front and rear cameras.
You won't be able to buy apps for your home computer until after the New Year, say inside sources.
iPad owners can now spectate on live games on the OnLive streaming service - and, soon, Android users will be able to do the same.
Netflix hopes that HTML5 will allow for better user experiences with its iOS and Android apps.
A report indicates that Apple is ramping up production on the second generation iPad. Will holiday shoppers skip the current model because of it?
Virgin is holding a competition for designers to recreate its iPad-only magazine's cover, and we've got the contest rules.
The rumors are confirmed. Today, Google launched its eBookstore, a cloud-based online bookstore that works on almost all devices.
In its quest to finally offer subscriptions through the App Store, rumor has it Apple's deal with publications isn't getting any takers.
Whether you’re eying a Kindle, an iPad, or just looking for a place to start, we break down the basics of choosing an e-reader or tablet for the holidays.
Zynga, fresh off of owning the Facebook social gaming world, is now eying mobile with the purchase of Newtoy, developer of We Rule and publisher of Words With Friends.
The BBC plans to launch a subscription-only version of its iPlayer streaming video service on the iPad next year...and it'll be available internationally.