The 2012 Obama re-election campaign has officially kicked off, complete with its own Facebook application.
The final version of Firefox 4 may only be two weeks old, but Mozilla is reportedly close to releasing a stable version of Firefox 5, with the final version due on June 29.
Online, your past is out to get you — forever! Unless, of course, you're willing to pay a company hundreds of dollars a year to keep your online life from interfering with the real-world you.
Customer names and email address from some of America's largest companies, like JPMorgan Chase and Kroger, have been compromised by a data security breach at email marketing vendor Epsilon.
An inadvertent slip of the tongue by Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer could confirm rumors that Apple will use the company's 8MP camera sensor in its upcoming (but allegedly delayed) iPhone 5.
Android has officially overtaken RIM as the leading US mobile phone platform, comScore reports. Apple, still number three, saw its market share increase with stellar Verizon iPhone 4 sales.
Hollywood's biggest studios have signed a deal to launch "Home Premium," a video on-demand service that will make still-in-theater titles available for $30 per rental.
New specifications of what appears to be BlackBerry's next-generation touchscreen smartphone have arrived.
Of all the days in the year, Google chooses today to introduce a highly-suspect new service: Gmail Motion Beta.
Google says it has an app in the works that could allow users to access someone's contact information simply by taking their picture. Scared yet?
Following news that Google and Microsoft both have plans to expand their adoption of NFC technology, Samsung and Visa announce that they will provide NFC payment opportunities to athletes and attendees of the 2012 Olympics in London.
With the release of Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play "PlayStation Phone" presumably right around the corner, Google has pulled the PSX4Droid PlayStation emulator app from the Android Marketplace.