An early abundance of leaks shows us what Apple has planned weeks before it's expected to officially release new iPhones.
Once news began spreading that Microsoft's Windows chief was heading for greener pastures, the wags weighed in.
With rumors spreading that the new smartphone will be long and sleek, with 4G LTE and a smaller dock, iPhone owners work to get rid of their old devices to be ready for the upgrade.
The earthquake and tsunami in Japan and flooding in Thailand may have occurred far from U.S. shores, but they are still affecting business here at home. Thousands of factories in Thailand, many of the makers of computer parts, remain shuttered. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the impact of the natural disasters on the technology industry, including potential product shortages on store shelves.
Though it's a weird camera to announce in conjunction with CES or PMA, given the amount of information now available about the Nikon D4, it's practically here.
A tour of Comic-Con 2012, as seen through the lens of The 404.
Among other things, NPD finds that consumers have no shortage of reasons to embrace or reject the iPad, but lack of Adobe Flash isn't a major inhibitor.
Acer has followed up its Liquid handset with another powerful smartphone. The Stream boasts features that put it on par with today's superphones from the likes of HTC and Motorola.
An employee captures video of his co-workers' vehicles being swept away by the flood in Toowoomba, Australia.
The leather goods company has been the subject of an ongoing campaign on behalf of PETA to stop using fur in its products, and on Thursday they took to social media.