Samsung has been temporarily barred from selling its Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia by an Australian court.
Amid frenzy and excitement that is building around the upcoming iPhone 5, a tech website’s has predicted that Apple will discontinue the legendary iPods.
Amazon is set to release a new tablet which experts say can give Apple's iPad tough competition.
Mere days after Steve Jobs announced that he would be stepping down as the CEO of the company, Apple Inc. has pulled the plug on its US$0.99 TV show rental service.
In a move to diversify BlackBerry and make it more consumer oriented, Research in Motion (RIM) is in talks to set up a social music platform that will provide limited digital tunes to mobile devices.
The investment arm of the world's largest computer chip manufacturer, Intel, has decided to offer $300 million to companies that develop better technologies for Ultrabooks, the ultra-thin laptops touted as an alternative to tablet PCs.
Getting hooked on to smartphones in this hyper-connected world is accepted because it is the “in” thing but when the obsession for the gadget becomes extreme, it’s really bizarre.
Amazon.com Inc. has announced the launch of a digital textbook rental service for its Kindle e-reader, which will allow college students to rent textbooks for 30 days and save up to 80 percent of the title cost.
Reports indicate that the recently released ‘gold master’ (GM) version of Apple’s new operating system, OS X Lion, for developers will be available in early July.
According to Howard Stringer, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Sony Corporation, efforts to protect its’ contents from piracy made the company a victim of hacking that led to the leak of the PlayStation Network (PSN) users account.