AT&T announces four new messaging cell phones and cloud-based services to enhance messaging, media sharing, and contacts management.
A small but significant update lets you bookmark businesses and draft a review for later publishing.
With release of EA's Spore Creatures for the iTunes store, iPhone users can help their lifeforms evolve by finding food, battling enemies, and growing new body parts.
Samsung's app store, unlike its rivals, will offer applications that work across phones, computers and even televisions
FarmVille maker Zynga announces it has expanded its social-network offerings, allowing Facebook users to play a new game called PetVille.
Not everyone can afford B&W Panoramas for Christmas, so if you have a music fan in your life then try out one of these funky turntable iPod cases.
Users of the new service, which is in beta, can decide if they want status updates to be one-way or two-way.
Also on today's podcast: Intel contests $1.45 billion fine, voice chat comes to Facebook, and how companies are trying to make electric cars more user-friendly.
Netgear introduces the Digital Entertainer Live, a compact all-in-one set-top box that plays home and Internet media on HDTVs.
Philips is taking another shot at the wireless HDMI market with its stylish Wireless HDTV Link kit, which offers two HDMI inputs and dual component-video sockets for all your HD needs.