The Galaxy S III is set to debut in the US in June. What will it mean for Samsung?
Posted by Christian Science Monitor | Innovation
At RIM’s annual BlackBerry World conference, the company unveiled a new operating system. But where are the new phones?
The two companies are teaming up to create a subsidiary for Barnes & Noble’s e-book and college textbook businesses, with Microsoft paying $300 million for a minority stake.
Android tablets: Kindle Fire accounted for more than half of all sales by February. But can Amazon’s Android tablets take on Apple’s iPad?
The Apple iPad dominates the tablet market – and not just among casual users, either.
Google Drive goes live this week. Should users be wary of how their information will be used? Google says no.
Samsung says Ice Cream Sandwich will be rolled out to a range of its smartphones and tablets. Unless, of course, your carrier is T-Mobile.
Tuesday’s Google doodle in honor of Gideon Sundback celebrates his simple yet revolutionary zipper. Too bad his contemporaries didn’t see it that way. At first, people shunned the zipper.
Diablo 3, the much-anticipated fantasy game, is scheduled for launch in North America on May 15. In the meantime, you can get your hands on the Diablo 3 beta version.
The European Union has approved the Sony-led acquisition of EMI Music. But there are strings attached.