Nintendo is trying to entice consumers to download games as soon as the Wii U game console launches on November 18.
The hacker group says layoffs at Zynga will lead to the "end of the US game market as we know it" as jobs get shipped overseas, and it vows to take action.
The retail giant started testing the service in Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, and Minneapolis. Up next: San Francisco and San Jose.
A network executive provides a more specific time frame for when the feature, which could add new services to the traditional voice call, will launch.
If it's not making smartphones again (yet), HP can at least use Intel's new Atom chips to help expand its mobile device portfolio.
Felix Baumgartner isn't your garden-variety parachutist. And now he's got the nearly final green light to go for the breathtaking, record-setting gusto.
A bizarre gadget uses microphones to aim popcorn projectiles directly into the gaping maws of snackers.
By updating its iOS and Android apps and releasing an all-new iPad app, Twitter aims to bring more users than ever back into the fold.
The professional camera maker, expanding beyond its market with a big boost from Sony, announces the $6,500 NEX-compatible Lunar camera and its ambitions for much more.
Samsung's latest US Galaxy S3 ad campaign pulls no punches, taking aim at Apple's iPhone 5. But the iPhone's loyal fans have something to say about it.