Investment firm UBS surveys a sampling of iPad buyers waiting in line on Friday and finds 46 percent are new to Apple's tablet, and most buyers went for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model.
Hilton announces an initiative that will let guests access their rooms using their smartphones while relegating key cards to the history bin.
Waiting in an iPhone line isn't for everyone, but there seems to be no shortage of people gathered with sleeping bags and tents for the iPhone 5 release. Are you a past, present, future, or never iPhone line waiter?
CNBC survey says that Apple products can be found in half of U.S. homes, and that many who have not purchased any gear from the company intend to this year.
CNET has been at South by Southwest for years, and we have the advice you need to make it out alive. Be realistic, make sure to eat, and for pete's sake, keep your iPhone charged.
Samsung's Super Bowl ad--for the Galaxy Note--claims that this is the product that can finally stop Apple fanboys from having to stand in line, waiting for Apple's latest.
Eli Manning connected with Mario Manningham for the big game's biggest play, but did tech advertisers connect with consumers? CNET takes a look.
Apple's new tablet goes on sale in the U.S. at 9 a.m. Saturday in all time zones. Keep checking back here for coverage from stores in New York, San Francisco, and Palo Alto, Calif.
The turnout is noticeably less frenzied and the activation problems that plagued last year's iPhone 3G launch appeared a thing of the past.
This year's launch of the latest model iPhone could be different since many people are not yet eligible to upgrade their phone through their carrier.