Apple has won the lawsuit that Google division Motorola brought against it in summer 2012. The lawsuit, if successful, could have resulted in an import ban of iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches.
Nest's smart thermostat is about to get a bit smarter -- no hardware or software upgrades required.
"iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There's been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market."
This morning Google announced that the next major version of Google Earth, available today, will support input from Leap Motion's innovative new gesture control technology. In other words, you'll be able to fly virtually around the planet, using your hand to guide and direct the software.
A 1,713-strong survey of North American consumers says that 19 percent of us want a shiny new iDevice that doesn't even exist yet. Or, at least, isn't public and isn't purchasable.
Several thousand Tesla owners have now purchased their cars by ordering and paying for them online after visiting a Tesla Store showroom. And national auto-dealer groups don't like it one bit.
Confirming earlier rumors, departing Microsoft CFO Peter Klein said today on an earnings call that Microsoft is working with manufacturing partners on smaller versions of Windows 8 devices, which likely means 7- or 8-inch Windows 8 tablets.
Chinese "app store" 7659.com is using Apple's own bulk enterprise licensing system to distributed pirated apps to Chinese iPhone and iPad users, completely free.
Here's a shocker. According to recent reports, the iPad 5 will be 15 percent thinner and 25 percent lighter than the current model.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based AMD, the No. 2 maker of PC microprocessors, has had a tough year as it trailed Intel in competitiveness and saw a slowdown in demand as consumers began to favor tablets and smartphones over PCs.
Verizon customer Mike Beauchamp made the case for "an affordable way for consumers to purchase their devices" on online petitions site, Change.org. Since launching on April 5, his petition has already received 90,000 signatures and over 800 comments.
Case manufacturer Tactus has published a photo that is allegedly Apple's new budget iPhone, a plastic-backed larger-screen iPhone that will reportedly retail for about $300.
While it might be extremely amusing to loan your brand spankin' new Google Glass eyewear to Grandma for the entire day, it's ill advised by Google.
Nokia's brief flirtation with profit last quarter (following six quarters of losses) was bound to end -- we just didn't think it would be this soon.
The new drop means that Apple is now more than $300/share down from its high point in September, when the company was worth over $650 billion.
My capacity for patience is quite low when it comes to waiting on my smartphone or tablet to charge. And I doubt I'm the only one.
Google Play is quickly catching up to Apple's App Store, both in download numbers and in revenue.
A kickstarter campaign for Hapifork opened up today, a fork armed with sensors and Bluetooth that buzzes when you eat too fast and provides an analytics dashboard of your eating habits.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini said in a conference call that the outlook for the second half is good, but he's muted on cellphone chips.
Both earnings and revenues came in slightly below expectations.