Turn yourself into a high-tech Harry Potter with the Technomancer digital spell-casting hoodie.
Dozens of apps joining the social network's Timeline are becoming overnight success stories. Take Viddy -- two months after launching its Timeline app, it's now No. 1 in the iTunes store.
If online auctions have been your preferred method of procuring love potions, you're soon going to be out of luck on eBay.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be looking for some answers as to why his iPhone app spells "America" wrong.
The company outlines how to earn $100 towards select smartphones.
Organizers push the mobile trade show later into spring, and nab former President Bill Clinton for a keynote address.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: BOL@SXSW; Google Chrome turns 10; an Editors' Choice gaming mouse from Mad Catz; and kick out the jams with GarageBand for iPad.
Advanced Micro Devices has a Windows 8 tablet strategy predicated on new power-efficient chips.
J.K. Rowling is giving bookstores more reason to worry with her online launch of Pottermore.com that will soon offer the Harry Potter series in e-Book format. On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we're chatting about children's books, Barack Obama's new video diary on YouTube, Japanese Bagelheads, a user-submitted "DUDE...WHOA" moment, not to mention another Tang that Tune!
Adobe's plans for Android video and Flash Web sites may not be as others at Mobile World Congress, but they'll soon affect the formidable range of Android smartphones and tablets.