The Educational Development Corporation, the latest publisher to go head to head with web giant Amazon, has pulled its books from the retailer's virtual shelves. But what does this relatively small move really mean for the future of book-selling and online…
Sources close to the former RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie claim that the company was close to opening its famed network to wireless carriers for the use of any device, paving the way for low-priced data plans. But the deal was reportedly killed at the last minute…
A new study shows that we rely on our IT helpdesk for much more than just computer trouble.
A policy shift will allow AT&T's out-of-contract iPhone owners to unlock their devices starting April 8.
As Yahoo! struggles to stay relevant to a changing Internet, hedge-fund billionaire Daniel S. Loeb is vying to take control of the company.
Apple may be planning a bright future for Siri, according to a recent patent filing.
Sources indicate that Amazon may release up to four new tablets in 2012, with a 10-inch model directly competing with Apple's iPad.
HTC's investment in SyncTV is the latest in a series of cloud service buys for the mobile phone company. What is HTC planning?
Developers will get a taste of BlackBerry 10 in May, with the future of RIM riding on the new OS.
Verizon's proposed wireless spectrum purchase may mean it has joined forces with the companies it should be competing against.
Felix Baumgartner and the Red Bull Stratos team will attempt to set a skydiving record — and break the sound barrier in the process.
Following news that Apple will issue its first stock dividend in over a decade, the tech company announced that it sold 3 million new iPads in its first weekend of sales.
After earlier news that Sprint would be pulling out of a deal with LightSquared valued at nearly $9 billion, the satellite broadband provider has gone on the offensive and filed an appeal with the FCC.