Letters from young fans of comic star fashion model-cum-amateur sleuth Toni Gayle from the 1940s are both endearing and fascinating.
The launch event may have been in the United States, but Americans will need to wait at least a month to buy the BlackBerry touch-screen Z10.
Microsoft and Sony packed their E3 press conferences with fountains of blood and shotgun blasts to the head. Maybe that's what it takes to sell games -- but sales figures say it's not working.
It feels like we've been waiting forever for Apple to release the next iteration of its coveted iPhone. But a launch is coming soon...I hope.
We have finally hit on an appropriate term for very small lightweight laptops: the Buttbook, as in small enough to fit in your butt pocket. We also talk about Gmail's new undo feature for e-mail.
Safari saves your bacon with a hole-patching update, and NASA says it's better at math than teen-agers (which we fervently hope is true).
Wireless operators Virgin Mobile USA and Helio have confirmed that they are in preliminary discussions about "strategic opportunities."