During the Zynga Unleashed event Zynga announced "Project Z" which will be a way for Zynga gamers to play games independent of a social network. Zynga also announced a few new games including CastleVille for gamers who can't get enough for FarmVille or…
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HTC announces Sensation XL a 4.7inch Android phone with Beats audio, sadly this phone will not be coming to the United States.
Steve Wozniak talks about Steve Jobs' death. How he heard about the news, and how he is reacting to the news.
Twitter's Co-founder Jack Dorsey asks Twitter, via Twitter, for some feedback. Twitter wants to know what you would change, or what you want to keep the same, just don't go into much detail or else you will pass your 140 character limit.
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Sean Parker park owner, and former Facebook president sends out his first tweet, and uses that tweet to apologize to Mark Zuckerberg.
HTC is cutting the price of its 7 inch Android tablet the HTC Flyer to $299 in response to the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire.
A security hole on AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S II handset allows people to bypass the lock screen and access all of your dirty little secrets.
Foxconn's planned 12 billion dollar Brazilian iPad factory is now in doubt due to the company's negotiations with the country stalling.
Microsoft limits the amount of apps developers can submit to 10 a day to help prevent developers from cheating the system.
Amazon has released the TV ads for the Kindle Fire tablet and the Kindle e-reader. The ad for the Fire not only tells the story of the evolution of the e-reader but also how the Fire got its name.