In 2010, Steve Jobs said a 7-inch screen wasn't sufficient for making great tablet apps. With the rumored iPhone 5 in the wings and a flimsy business rationale, an iPad mini is unlikely to surface.
The two are pooling resources to find a way to bring prices down.
A litany of food scares--and rules for organic produce--have pushed the industry to seek new solutions for food safety.
In what's being called a first-of-a-kind operation, surgeons implant an entire titanium jaw made with a precision 3D printing technique.
This free iOS or Android app shows you where to find locally grown produce and when it's in season.
A 16-megapixel what? That's what we said when we first learned of the HTC Titan II Windows Phone, which also is one of the first in the U.S. to support 4G LTE.
If you are looking for little ways to get greener in the kitchen but want to keep using aluminum foil, recycled foil might be one answer.
Apple's third acquisition of a mapping company has reportedly been confirmed. The buyout raises tantalizing questions about the possibility of a cartographic confection as delicious in its vividness as Apple voice-assistant Siri is snappy and sly in her query responses.
Now that Amazon's done an Android tablet, what's next for the company? Beyond another, larger tablet, a Kindle smartphone seems like a good bet.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, a Silicon Valley startup demonstrates a service that links groups looking for inexpensive farm-fresh meat and produce with the farmers producing the wares. Already, thousands have signed up.