The latest study from ABI Research has Apple and Samsung capturing 55 percent of the market and 90 percent of the profit.
Surgeons at UC Davis announce that the experimental device they implanted in a man's throat is working--he just has to pull on a tiny metal pen sticking out of his neck.
Novartis plans to seek regulatory approval for a pill for transplant patients that carries a microchip activated by stomach acid and can track health data.
Application management firm Compuware is buying Web optimization company Gomez for $295 million to offer customers a unified approach toward optimizing their applications.
Financial software maker Intuit signs an agreement to acquire personal finance rival Mint.com.
New intelligent camera pill can be electronically programmed to deliver targeted doses of medicine to patients with digestive disorders.
Neither company has a lot of cash to burn, but in some ways, it would make a lot of sense to see the two biggest open-source companies band together as one.
Dixons has yanked the Toshiba Folio 100 from shelves after customers report faults -- but not before boosting the price to £1,000.
The Haier Elegance is a tiny music phone that will pop into a small pocket or bag and let you listen to your tunes with a normal pair of headphones
Prepare to feast on unsuspecting humans when you don this homemade "Dune" sandworm costume.