Amazon commemorates our 44th president with a USB key.
The hydrogen-powered charger for mobile phones and tablets will hit the US market in early 2014, Intelligent Energy announces at CES.
At the CTIA 2013 trade show, Rovio's chief operating officer says "gaming company" no longer fits the bill.
Unlike its daily deals brethren, Zulily.com -- focused squarely on high-end clothing and toys for moms, babies, and kids -- appears on the rise.
The game arms the angry birds with a lightsaber as they take on Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Pigs.
A vast majority of Kindle sales, however, still come from the Amazon Web site.
CNET's Roger Cheng visits Rovio's headquarters in Espoo, Finland, to talk about its evolution from a simple mobile gaming company.
Disney's relentless pursuit of "Tron" merchandise for the holiday sequel "Tron Legacy" features some gear we might not be ashamed to own. Do you care for the color blue?
commentary BlackBerry's darkest days arrived after the handset and OS that were supposed to save it. A couple of tweaks and a bit of time, though, could still improve its standing.
Give Lego credit for innovating after losing patent protection on its bricks. It's now a $4 billion company built on brilliant licensing deals and increasingly expensive, specialized sets. Which is exactly why I'm starting to hate it so, so much.