Between Dipdive and the in-built BlackBerry Messenger app, Black Eyed Peas front man Will.i.am feels he has found the perfect way to communicate directly with fans.
Forget credit card security concerns. CBSNews.com's David Hancock is pining to post his PixelJunk Monsters scores on the downed network.
Apple approves an app that promises a "cure for homosexuality," .xxx domains are coming to the Internet, and the death of the iPod may be imminent.
This week's Ask Maggie tackles whether to buy an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4, how to boost indoor cell signals, and where to buy your next smartphone to avoid hefty taxes.
Despite its other advantages, the newly redesigned Xbox 360 (around the office we've been calling it the 360 Slim, or even the Three-Slimmy) lacks the Xbox removable faceplate system.
A geometric, geographic experiment shows the physical and virtual world are converging thanks to mobile tech. Christo, here I come.
With his BlackBerry firmly in hand, Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am hopes to change the way his music finds his fans.
Today we rate the generic pizza spots in NYC, rescind our comments about Will.I.am but not the Black Eyed Peas, and elevate Caroline McCarthy to celebrity status.
On Wednesday, HP will show off the products it has been working on since it acquired Palm last year, and we'll be there with live coverage.
On today's show, Android is taking over the world (seriously), Internet-starved users turn to ham radio and dial-up to get the word out of Egypt, and Intel's Sandy Bridge chipsets are delayed (uh oh). Also, details about a possible Netflix-like streaming service that would be free for Amazon Prime users. As if Amazon Prime could get any more awesome. All the right moves, Amazon. All the right moves. Plus, some problems with quashing subpoenas. --Molly