Recent figures by market research firm Nielsen shows that Android phones are the most popular smartphones among new buyers from June to August.
Apple’s iPad has dominated the tablet market in the United States and Canada from April to July this year. According to research group Strategy Analytics, an amazing 6 million of the 7.5 million tablets shipped in North America were iPads.
It has been reported that Anna Wintour is pursuing Kate Middleton to appear on the cover of Vogue Magazine.
A new iPhone mobile app has been launched to monitor how well you’ve slept.
Amid rumors that husband Todd Palin is set to file for divorce, potential 2012 presidential hopeful Sarah Palin is now threatening to sue Joe McGinniss and his publisher for "knowingly publishing false statements" about the ex-Alaska governor in his book, “The Rogue.”
Apple has been told to stop opposing the Galaxy series of Samsung products by Verizon wireless. The network provider has said that the continuing disputes between Apple and the Korean electronics powerhouse will hamper efforts to release 4G technology.
A church in New Jersey gave away $30,000 in cash by “reverse tithing.” The popular event saw the church hand out its collection plates as normal; only this time they were already filled with unmarked envelopes.
A group of college students in California have organized a “racist” bake sale to protest against SB 185, a bill which is being considered by Gov. Jerry Brown which would allow public universities in the Golden State to consider race, ethnicity and gender in the admissions process.
Future King of England Prince William has explained that he wants to remain as a search and rescue pilot for as long as possible.
T-Mobile will release the Samsung Galaxy S2 on its network this week, an associate has told The Christian Post.
A leading analyst has claimed that the major focus of Apple’s soon-to-release iPhone will be the new iOS 5, a speedier A5 processor and a higher resolution 8 MP camera with a possibility of a larger 4-inch screen.
NASA's falling six-ton satellite fell to Earth early Saturday morning, and was last seen somewhere over the vast Pacific Ocean, where it is thought to have crashed.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 on the T-Mobile network will be released next week, a T-Mobile associate confirmed to The Christian Post earlier this week.
HP has installed Meg Whitman as its new CEO, and rumors have immediately been sparked that she could decide to renew the company’s $99 HP Touchpad, following the massive success and unprecedented demand of its cut-price sale.
NASA’s falling satellite, the six-ton UARS, broke into pieces and smashed into the Earth Saturday morning.
A leading analyst has claimed that Apple will only release one new iPhone model in October, contradicting rumors that the company is set to release two or even three handsets into the competitive market.
The falling NASA satellite speeding towards the Earth is expected to re-enter the atmosphere between 11:45 p.m. Friday and 12:45 a.m. Saturday ET, NASA has reported.
With rumors swirling that Todd Palin wants a divorce after being “fed up” over wife Sarah’s string of public scandals, another book launched by Levi Johnston alleges that both Todd and Sarah barely speak to each other.
An analyst has claimed that Apple will only release one new iPhone model in October. The comments come as Apple prepares to hold a media event on Oct. 4, to unveil the next generation iPhone 5.
Amanda Knox’s appeal of her conviction for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher is in its final stages as closing arguments from prosecutors began Friday.
Jaycee Dugard is suing the U.S. government for not monitoring the sex offender who kidnapped her. Phillip Garrido, who was a registered sex offender at the time of Jaycee’s abduction, was granted an early parole in 1988 for a 1977 kidnapping and rape of another woman.
Research firm Gartner predicts that Apple will dominate the Tablet market until at least 2015.
Hewlett-Packard Co has ousted CEO Leo Apotheker and has replaced him with former eBay Chief Executive Meg Whitman, according to Reuters.
Amazon has announced the launch of Kindle library lending Wednesday. Over 11,000 local libraries across the U.S. will be lending Kindle e-books through a system in which users navigate their local library’s website, choose a book, and have it wired to their kindle device with their Amazon accounts.
Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to write an autobiography about his life in a new book tentatively titled, “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.”