Along with its 1,400 "store in store" kiosks at Best Buy venues across the US, Samsung is expanding its retail beachhead in Canada and across Europe.
With rumors hinting at an upcoming streaming device to incorporate more gaming, the Web giant buys the Atlas controller and Arena app-maker.
An app developed by the Max Planck Institute can be used for free to detect meddling in the use of BitTorrent, eMule, and Gnutella.
Radar-guided cruise control means it's technically possible to drive through town after pressing the 'go' pedal once and once only. So, naturally, we had a go in London and hoped there'd be no idiots on the road.
AT&T customers are a decidedly unhappy lot after hearing about policy change on throttling data speeds for subscribers with unlimited data plans.
On March 23, Virgin Mobile customers who exceed 2.5GB a month will experience slower data speeds.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said earlier today that his company limits the connection speed of some of its customers, but Sprint insists its contract customers still get unlimited service.
The measures take effect on October 1 and will apply to the top 5 percent of heaviest data users still on an unlimited plan for its wireless network.
Keep your eye on Cricket. The prepaid carrier is about to make some leaps and bounds.
With just a week before the iPhone launches on Verizon, the company said it will penalize data speeds of its heaviest users.