Wireless audio peripherals being showcased at CES 2013 can be conveniently attached to the back of an iPhone with the help of a special case.
Nokia made Windows Phone its OS of choice after giving up on "crufty" Symbian because joining the Android hordes "felt like giving in", said CEO Stephen Elop.
Detailed felt Dalek and Tardis purses will help Time Lords and Ladies accessorize for their next adventure through time, space, and shopping.
"Steve's legacy will always be in the DNA of the company, of bringing in the best people," Cook said. "I wouldn't get overly focused on who does what piece."
When the "From" address in e-mail from one of the world's largest tech companies has a typo, you have to wonder if it's a mistake or a Freudian slip.
Wake Forest researchers have developed a fabric of carbon nanotubes that potentially could generate power from a hot roof or be charged with body heat and used to power a phone.
In biography, late Apple co-founder said he would go "thermonuclear" on Android, an operating system he saw as a "stolen product."
While we're not sure how comfortable a mouse made of felt might be, we hope nobody leaves it lying next to a whiteboard.
Data breach affecting broad swath of consumers turns little-known Epsilon into somewhat of a household name. Also, big moves in online video and the U.S. government is on tech's case.
Gawker breach leads to password security panic, while WikiLeaks' Julian Assange is released on bail. Also: Mark Zuckerberg is named Time's Person of the Year.