Is your most coveted gadget standing atop the peak of inflated expectations or wallowing in the dreaded trough of disillusionment? Gartner has some predictions.
We started seeing prototype photos of the Crunchpad back in April. Since then we've seen precious little official news about the project, so it's small wonder that online tongues were wagging today about an article published by The Straits Times.
The concept of "community" is all the rage these days, but it rarely presents itself as people suggest, and rarely delivers what its advocates believe.
There was a time when open source really was driven by myths and hype. 1999.
Second Life and other virtual reality worlds may have a long way to go to fulfill their hype, but as the first baby steps toward imitating our real world in cyberspace, they're significant achievements that demand close attention.
CNET ranks the best five smartphones for taking your Instagrams to the next level.
Sprint and Motorola have sent out invites for a special event in New York on June 9. What will they unveil?
But HBO has no idea what Netflix is talking about. The pay TV service says it hasn't any plans to talk now or in the future.
Maybe Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff was right in saying that Facebook should have gone public on the New York Stock Exchange.