BlackBerry reveals the Silver Edition Passport -- the same strangely-shaped phone but with a shiner case, a few small tweaks and a higher $549 price tag.
The retailer used its earnings call to offer early indicators of strong interest in the PS4 -- and expressed concern with demand for the Wii U.
Big Red has no fewer than three 5-inch devices vying for consumer attention this fall. But which one should be on your holiday shopping list?
This slim, lightweight battery pack's Micro-USB plug means it can give a power boost to your phone, e-reader, or other mobile device.
The social-gaming company had revenue of $332 million for the quarter ending June 30, well below the analyst forecast of $344.8 million.
Intel's third-generation Core-i-series processors go mainstream with new dual-core Core i5 and Core i7 versions.
Strong sales of its Android smartphones helped propel both revenue and profit for the Korean consumer electronic giant.
Oracle reports strong fourth-quarter earnings as database and application sales surge, but hardware system revenue was a bit light relative to expectations.
On today's show, the increasingly scary security battleground that is our mobile phones (and how carriers could be making it worse), Sony's war against jailbreaking the PS3 goes nuclear, and Microsoft announces that IE6 needs to die. Plus, RIM's roadmap for 2011 doesn't inspire that much confidence, and the reason we're so tired on Monday (and every other) mornings. --Molly
Gamers on a forum allege that Sony added a rootkit to its latest PlayStation 3 firmware update, version 3.56. So far, Sony hasn't responded to the claim.