Apple, during opening arguments in a new patent infringement trial, wants $2 billion in damages from smartphone rival Samsung.
When Crave's Michael Franco trades his aged iPhone for a sleek new slab of tech, he's hit by guilt over tossing his trusty iDevice. Guilt over letting go of a phone, really? Why? He goes searching for answers.
It seems teens can't get enough of texting while they're awake. They're now apparently texting unconsciously in the middle of the night. It's like sleepwalking, but potentially more amusing.
The peer-to-peer virtual currency is up nearly 350 percent in the past two months, thanks largely to uncertainty in Europe's banking community.
The reason is simple: there isn't enough political will or pressure to institute massive patent reform without a crisis to rally around.
Single piece of malware targets both Windows and OSX users and is capable of spreading to VMware virtual machines and Windows Mobile devices.
CEO Leo Apotheker's potential ouster is only the latest symptom that the world's No. 1 PC supplier is having trouble defining its business, say analysts.
The FCC's National Broadband Plan was supposed to add spectrum for wireless data growth. But thanks to political infighting, the feds have little to show for the effort two years on.
New York Times columnist Nick Kristof flew to Bahrain and found himself unable to enter the country. So he decided to live-tweet his adventure.
There are signs Google understands what's necessary to make Android resonate with mainstream customers. But techie marketing messages undermine the effort.