Slated for release September 17, "Bleeding Edge" is set in 2001 in New York's Silicon Alley and deals with the time between the dot-com bubble bursting and 9/11.
The carrier is allowing customers to make purchases on the phone and have the charge sent to their cellphone bill.
Google is bulking up its internal renewable-energy engineering team to advance R&D and make clean energy cheaper.
Author Nick Carr is never one to shy away from provoking debate, and in this interview he discusses his new book "The Shallows" and whether the Internet is making us trite.
Adobe has struck back at Steve Jobs' attack on Flash, with Microsoft stepping in -- and not on the side you'd expect
Apple is suing mobile phone manufacturers HTC, alleging that the company stole patented iPhone technology. Google is standing behind its Android operating system
Among the hot issues in ongoing debate are whether to apply new rules to wireless and defining reasonable network management, according a sea of FCC filings.
The Pentax W80 is the latest in a line of summer-lovin' waterproof cameras. It's got a 5x zoom and is waterproof down to nearly 5m
The site is still only in beta and won't sell songs initially but the label hopes to use it as a means to test new digital platforms.
Google has rolled out ads within the maps in Google Maps Japan -- shape of things to come?