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."
Palm is the latest smart phone maker to address the consumer market with a smaller and cheaper phone that allows people to easily surf the Web and check e-mail.
Virtual cell phone companies that use outside capacity are popular with youngsters and others who don't want to sign long-term contracts.