As the current Kindle Fire struggles to compete against Apple's iPad, Amazon may be prepping a new version of the tablet for release as early as next month.
Ideally designed to cut back on standing in huge lines waiting for a number to be called at the DMV, Tennessee is using Apple technology to get people out the door faster.
Harnessing the power of the viral phenomenon on social networks, a good Samaritan is using Facebook to help return a camera full of memories to the owner that lost it.
As 3D technology continues to struggle to attract consumers, DirecTV is slashing the budget for production of content on the 24-hour n3D channel.
As Amazon and Barnes & Noble continue to promote the use of e-readers among customers, libraries haven't quite been able to get the word out about free e-book borrowing.
With the launch of the iPhone 5 likely just a few months away, the head honcho at Foxconn spent some time this week praising the new Apple smartphone and putting down rivals.
Cracking down on the online activity of convicted sex offenders after they are released, a new law requires a larger amount of disclosure on social networks.
As more consumers slowly start to understand the difference in speed between 3G and 4G devices, the youngest generation is driving the transition to the faster data network.
Ideal for anyone that's too lazy to get out of bed to turn off the light, a company in Irvine, California has developed a light bulb that can be turned off with a smartphone.
Ideal for anyone that could use a spell check or auto-correct tool on Facebook, the social network is lifting the restrictions on editing all types of comments.
Perhaps the first of many machines and devices that will be activated by a single tweet, a South African company has created a machine that trades delicious drinks for promotion on Twitter.
Designed to help hide endless chatter between Twitter users, the social network is pushing out a new feature to remove the Twitter reply from view.
Likely an attempt to become more competitive with alternate payment solutions like Square, PayPal has drastically shifted site design and general layout.
As Microsoft preps the Surface tablets in hopes to spur interest in Windows 8, is it possible that the tech giant is already too late to the tablet party?