In a word, the Lamborghini Veneno is absolutely nuts. OK, so that's two words...
A full set of hardware details have surfaced for one of this year's most anticipated smartphones, the Galaxy Nexus, and Verizon may have the exclusive.
A regulatory filing paints an intricate picture of the game maker's dependence on the social-networking giant's platform.
Carrier is announcing new products and has struck a deal with an independent app store to make sure it has something to offer consumers when it must give up its exclusive hold on the iPhone.
Android users looking to get their Bing fix can now grab the app even if they're not on Verizon. It's the second high-profile mobile application to leave exclusivity with the carrier.
The five-year contract between Apple and AT&T was signed in 2007. But rumors of a Verizon iPhone have us wondering if the terms changed?
The federal government wants to investigate carrier exclusivity of cell phones. On Call argues that there are bigger problems with the cell phone industry.
After reading and talking so much recently about the concept of "democratic exclusivity" (first coined by Ed Cotton on the Influx Insights blog and then promoted by the relentless Piers Fawkes), I was delighted to finally experience it myself.
Attack of the HD camcorders, camera-shy architecture and babbling. Lots of babbling.
After countless rumors, it appears that BioShock will actually be making its way to the PlayStation 3 after all.