Consoles have become the most popular way to watch online movies and shows on TVs in the U.S., new data shows.
A study of 500 12-year-olds suggests that the more kids play video games--violent or not--the more creatively they draw pictures and write stories.
Although Apple's computers haven't always been so popular in the enterprise, employees are increasingly turning to them for their own use in the office.
Many Android phones still under contract aren't getting support updates, sometimes leaving them several versions behind.
Mobile browsing proved to be faster on iOS 5 than on iOS 4, according to testing done by an app performance-monitoring company.
Apple's new smartphone is generating a profit with each unit sold, but the more storage a consumer wants, the more money Apple makes, a new study has found.
Scientists say putting a price on climate-warming carbon dioxide generated by fossil fuels where it is burned may not be the most effective way to calculate carbon emissions' cost.
The CTIA Wireless Association says that there are 327.6 million wireless subscriber connections, besting the more than 300 million people living in the U.S. and its territories.
Columbia University researchers estimate 5.2 million U.S. homes could be powered annually by energy derived from non-recycled plastics, and 16.2 million from municipal solid waste.
Automotive News reports on a study of consumer attitudes toward electric vehicles, which finds that people will not pay more for an electric car than they would for a gasoline engine car.