Some customers aren't happy that Adobe's software now costs $50 every month. But 405,000 new Creative Cloud subscribers proved willing to pay in the last quarter, and Adobe shares reached $68.52 this week.
An Australian installation made of person-shaped, LED-filled sculptures serenades Sydney passersby using proximity sensors.
iOS 7 and other new Apple developments may be impressive, but they'll do little to rev up Apple investors, says analyst Mark Moskowitz.
Some superheroes do truly super things, like surprise sick children with a friendly rappel down the side of their hospital building.
Geeks know how to celebrate the holidays. Ogle a collection of tech-y and nerd-y Christmas trees with tentacles, power supplies, USB drives, and "Star Trek" ornaments.
The holidays will be hopping for the popular avian title, with a Christmas edition on the way, as well as an official Angry Birds Day on the calendar.
A 3.2 percent uptick in overall sales may not seem like much, but it's the first glimmer of hope since 2004.
Smart phone makers sticking the Android OS on their handsets are posting massive numbers,with HTC and Samsung in particular doing very, very well.
Music and film industry groups express a sigh of relief after the ruling in the Pirate Bay case and voice hope for new legal download services.
Here it is, the first Bluetooth-enabled MP3 player we've seen. Goodbye fiddling about with USB cables, hello banging your head against the desk as Bluetooth falters