Toshiba has now introduced its new line of kid-friendly PC's, the Satellite L735D.
Amazon, at its New York City press conference today, revealed its Amazon Silk web browser for the Kindle Fire.
At Amazon's New York City press conference this morning, the company revealed its new $79 Kindle tablet.
The brand new tablet from Amazon, the “Kindle Fire,” is said to be priced at $199 at retail.
Microsoft has officially launched its retooled web-based platform, Windows Phone Marketplace.
New rumors about Apple and its future plans point to them discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and Classic Models later this year.
Music streaming service Spotify now requires brand new subscribers to have a Facebook account in order to use its services.
Sony is planning on bolstering the video and music services for their video game console, the PlayStation 3.
China is in the final stages of its plan to launch its first space lab module later this week.
NASA's failed satellite, UARS, crashed on Earth last Saturday but still nothing is known about its exact location.
Amazon's latest Kindle tablet is set to be named the "Kindle Fire."
Apple's Oct. 4 media event is not only set to unveil the iPhone 5, but also a new Facebook application for the iPad.
Social blogging website Tumblr, which surpassed Wordpress.com has raised $85 million in company funding through Greylock Partners and Insight Venture Partners, as well as Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson.
Reports have now surfaced regarding the impending iPhone 5's expected release date, which is being touted to be Oct. 14th or 15th.
Motorola's newly refined Atrix 2 is rumored to be joining the smartphone competition against its competitors, the Samsung Galaxy S2 and rumored iPhone 5.
On the heels of Netflix announcing its new partnership with DreamWorks Animation, Amazon has now revealed its streaming services deal with Fox.
Various reports are providing information about the likely specifications and technology that will be featured in Amazon's highly anticipated Android Kindle Tablet.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix have come to a deal that will allow customers to enjoy DreamWorks content on Netflix's movie streaming service.
Amazon's next Kindle model may soon be announced and commentators believe it could make a bid to end the iPad's current tablet reign.
Reports have surfaced that HP has cancelled plans to announce a new seven inch version of their TouchPad tablet.
Wireless service provider T-Mobile is set to release its new Blackberry Curve 9360 for customers at a low price of $80.
NASA's falling incoming satellite UARS is not the first one to fall into Earth's orbit.
The Parker Brothers, makers of custom motorcycles, have created a real-life Electric Lightcycle from the movie "TRON."
The Washington Post has just released "Social Reader", an application that allows Facebook users read the newspaper through the site.
Photos have recently come to light showing a HTC Radar running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.