In a statement posted on its website and also made through a conference call, Google announced that it would be buying Motorola Mobility for $40.00 a share or $12.5 billion in cash.
Android tablets in the past 12 months have taken 20% market share away from the iPad according to a recent posting by ABI Research.
Apple's new headquarters in the city of Cupertino, Calif., will not only expand office space to fit 13,000 employees, but will also include a 1,000 seat corporate auditorium, a corporate fitness center, as well as a central power plant.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, teamed up with Greg Hart, VP of Amazon, to file a patent application for what could soon come to be: an air-bag deploying smartphone
Has "Bing vs. Google" evolved to become a David versus Goliath battle, with one side having small but valid chances to overcome the other?
Astronomers have discovered a planet some 750 light years away (one light-year is about 6 trillion miles) so dark it reflects only one percent of all the sunlight that falls on it.
Apple products are a hit in China; everybody wants them. At the same time, this craze has induced many fake Apple stores to sprout across several cities in the red-flagged country.
Acer's new Iconia Tab A100 may not be in the ranks of Apple's iPad 2 or Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1, but if you are seeking to get your hands on an Android Honeycomb 3.2 powered tablet, the price you pay for this device will surely be attractive.
In the second quarter of 2011, 428.7 million mobile devices were sold – 60 million more than last year – and roughly 25 percent of the total sales were smartphones, according to a report released by Gartner today.
Apple on Tuesday was granted a preliminary injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tablets in a regional court in Germany banning the device across Europe, except the Netherlands.
Google's Ice Cream Sandwich, a software follow-up for the Android platform, is rumored to be released as early as October this year, according to an article by Boy Genius Report . But you may want to consider waiting a couple of months before you purchase a new smartphone.
An unverified entity claiming to be the “hacktivist” group Anonymous wants to target Facebook and shut it down on Nov. 5.
Charlie Kindel who has worked for Microsoft for 21 years participating in the development of past projects such as IE 3.0, Windows NT, and Windows Millennium, announced his departure via a lengthy e-mail posted on his personal blog on Monday.
Samsung came to an agreement last week to halt sales of its Galaxy Tablet 10.1 in Australia due to a patent infringement dispute with Apple. This week it must halt all its sales across Europe, except the Netherlands, according to a regional court ruling in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Smartphones have given people the option to access the web from anyplace with signal and one organization believes that this luxury has resulted in people spending more time consuming porn on the Internet.
Exactly 20 years ago, the first website ever was published at this address http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html by CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
The story claiming that a survey of more than 100,000 internet users revealed that Internet Explorer users had a lower IQ than other users using internet browsers like Chrome and Firefox was revealed to be fake.
Internet security company McAfee released a report on a massive global cyber espionage activity that hit more than 72 private as well as public organizations in 14 nations as a result of a five-year targeted operation called "Operation ShadyRAT" or "remote access tool."
Almost three weeks since Google CEO Larry Page announced a Google user base of 10 million (in just two weeks), the number could now be up 20 or 30 million.
Add one more case to the Apple versus Samsung dispute. Samsung came to an agreement with Apple on Monday to suspend Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales in Australia at least until the patent infringement conflict with Apple is resolved, according to Bloomberg.
An e-mail battle seems to be raging between tech giants Google and Microsoft with the airing of two videos earlier this week that hinted us about other battle grounds where tech companies are currently fighting 'the internet space dominion' war.
How many times do you check you smartphone a day? Approximately 34 times if you are an average user, according to a CNN article citing the Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal.
SK Communications Co., parent company of South Korea's largest social networking site, Cyworld, and third largest search engine, Nate, announced on Thursday that the accounts of its 35 million online users were compromised as a result of hacking activities.
NASA astronomers using the Wide-field infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) have discovered a Trojan asteroid that has been sharing Earth's orbit around the sun.
After weeks of tremendous growth, Google is starting to show signs of slowing down according to the latest report of the web-analytics company Experian Hitwise.