Tuesday's "we still have a lot to cover" event should bring revamped iPads, new Mac computers, and a passel of new software unto the world.
Here's some of what we think we'll be writing about during the next year, from Netflix's comeback to iRadio to Kim DotCom staying put in New Zealand.
Microsoft has launched its latest operating system and new tablet: Windows 8, and Surface. Who will gain and lose out from Thursday's event?
The iPhone having 4G is about to turn the UK mobile landscape upside down -- so if you're scratching your head in confusion, read on.
Since 2004, Apple's September/October announcements have always included an iPod refresh, and there's no reason to believe this week's unveiling will break with tradition.
A top-level rundown of the products Amazon announced at today's Kindle-focused press conference.
The wildcard for HP's new PCs is whether they have the designs and enough sex appeal to entice workers to tote them to their corporations.
Clues are pointing to some kind of Windows-powered reader coming from Microsoft and/or Barnes & Noble. But which of the many flavors of Windows will it run?
Over three dozen CISPA amendments, of varying relevance, will be voted on this week. One tells Homeland Security to help "socially disadvantaged individuals" who are "unable to compete in the free enterprise system."
The wireless carriers weathered the surge in calling and data traffic during the big game. Verizon Wireless says it shuttled 2.75 times as much data as during the previous Super Bowl, while AT&T says people actually uploaded more data than they downloaded.