HP on Tuesday announced that the next wave of $99 TouchPads would be available in a few weeks.
Spokesperson and social media manager at HP, Bryna Corcoran, tweeted earlier today, "I declare this Monday 'Productive TouchPadLess Monday!'" in a posting aimed at $99 TouchPad-hungry customers.
Samsung is planning to launch its newest mobile messaging app called "ChatON" in September.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh set the trial date for Apple's patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for July 30, 2012, according to tech website V3.
Teens using social networking sites like Facebook are more likely to smoke, drink, and use drugs suggests a survey conducted by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA Columbia).
Tom Krupenkin and J.Ashley Taylor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have discovered a way to convert and harness the energy you produce while walking to reusable electricity.
Malware attacks on Android phones have leaped 76 percent compared to last quarter, said security software company McAfee in its second quarter threats report released this week.
HP has been keeping people on their feet over when the second wave of $99 TouchPad tablets will be selling again.
Facebook on Tuesday announced via blog post that it is giving users more control over privacy settings ranging from posts, pictures and tags to viewing their own profile page.
Lenovo today announced the launch of its ThinkPad Tablet, designed more for business and academic professionals as opposed to the average consumer, suggests the company's website.
Apple is producing a cheaper version of its popular iPhone 4 with a smaller 8GB capacity of flash memory, according to Reuters.
For the latest news on the availability of the $99 HP TouchPad, Bryna Corcoran, HP's social media manager, tweeted at 3 a.m., Tuesday Aug. 23, the following statement: "I don't have precise ETA on when more are coming in. Just that YES HP Home and Home office store will get some soon."
"HP getting more stock of TouchPad early in the week," read the tweet of HP social media manager, Bryna Corcoran, earlier today. It’s a statement that should keep hopes high if you thought your chances of grabbing the $99 HP tablet were gone
New images of Mars' landscape and terrain have been made available thanks to rover Opportunity's current exploration mission in Mars.
The HP TouchPad costing $99 dollars was sold-out online by Saturday night in Best Buy, according to one post, and some of the company's local stores didn't have them in stock by Sunday morning.
Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), representing some 45,000 employees who went on strike since Aug. 7, reached an agreement with Verizon on Saturday.
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With rumors circling the Internet for a possible October 7 iPhone 5 release, Apple fans around the world are eager to see what look Apple's new device will take and what features it will sport.
Verizon on Wednesday announced that the 45,000 workers on strike would have their health insurance cut by Aug. 31 if they don’t end the strike by then.
Bay Area Rapid Transport’s website was hacked again on Wednesday, just days after “Hacktivist” group Anonymous hacked the site in retaliation of last week’s cellphone service shutdown. This time, however, sensitive information belonging to 102 BART police officers was leaked
A new hacking trend called swatting is surging within the United States and Canada and it’s proving to be more costly than ever.
In a class action suit against Apple Inc., 26,691 South Korean iPhone owners seek 1 million won in damages. The group claims that Apple breached their privacy
Sony announced on Tuesday that it will slash the price of its 5-year-old Play Station 3 console $50 to $249 for the 160GB model, and to $299 for the 320GB model.
State Health Commissioner Nirav R. Shah urged all New Yorkers to be cautious of mosquito bites after detecting mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus and Easter Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in various regions of the state.
According to a survey conducted by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, American adults use their cell phones mostly to text and take pictures, but also to avoid interacting with people and to stave off boredom.