While the Sonim XP Strike is tough as nails, Sprint has other rugged devices that are better not only in performance, but in price too.
Want to play Diablo III today? For some, trying to access the hit role-playing game so far seems more challenging than actually playing it.
Cable companies are still losing TV subscribers. But online services aren't the culprit. Continued competition and a slowing economy are likely to blame.
Google's Android 2.2 adds a great deal of new features to the Verizon-Motorola smartphone, but it is also adding a few headaches.
As much as I love Android, I can't help but think that we're all part of some large beta-testing project from Google.
The "content farm" company has been criticized, reportedly by government regulators as well as pundits, for amortizing costs rather than reporting them up-front.
Apple introduced iTunes 9 several months ago and two fairly annoying bugs have cropped up leaving some iTunes users a bit upset.
Outages were reported Monday morning on the most widely used Web e-mail system in the world, although the breadth of the problem is unclear.