Can Apple change the face of the hybrid tablet/laptop market by adding one new feature? Also this week, Windows' next iteration may finally make your life easier, and Microsoft can't let everyone else have all the smartwatch fun.
Lawsuits aren't slowing down the online over-the-air broadcast service, planning to launch in as many as 19 new metro areas by August.
Nintendo gamers will be able to fling Angry Birds, Angry Birds: Seasons, and Angry Birds: Rio starting August 13.
Superman helps save looted World War II artwork, while Batman speaks to paratroopers in the field. Indonesian photographer Agan Harahap places superheroes (and an occasional villain) into iconic shots as a comment on what it means to be a hero.
Nintendo's Wii U is probably going to be region-locked, to nobody's surprise. Soon you may be able to wake your phone up by yelling at it, and Apple Mapgate 2012 has an effect on someone very near and dear to our hearts.
Is it possible to have too many "Star Wars" action figures? Not if you're willing to buy 1,950 of them in one lot on eBay.
3D game controller that allows for virtual feeling will be available this October at retail chain.
Will the popular video and music player be saved at the last moment? A deal with parent company AOL to sell the software may be in the works, reports TechCrunch.
Microsoft cuts off support for XP in another week, yet the 13-year-old OS still holds a significant chunk of the market as seen by Net Applications.
If she has her way, the British recording artist and her "nerd underground" will soon allow the world to play air guitar, air drums, and air electronica for real.