In his most recent column, Rob outlines a major change to his TV-watching routine. He writes: At the time, this exercise in what TV-industry types call "cord cutting" was just an experiment: Could my wife and I get by with only over-the-air broadcasts and Web video? Sixteen months later, the...
The Atrix, Motorola's webtop, has a release date, March 6, and a price, $200. Pre-orders will start on Feb. 13. AT&T announced in a press release Thursday that it will be selling the combination phone/laptop on March 6 or earlier. The phone will be $199.99 with a two-year agreement and...
Verizon stopped taking pre-orders for its version of the iPhone 4 at 8:10 last night--and it clocked so many that it hasn't finished counting them. That's one way to read this morning's press release, in which the carrier uses a variety of phrases--"record sales," "the most successful first day sales...
Dallas is gearing up for Super Bowl XLV and the clash between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. So is a small army of technicians, IT specialists and network administrators to make sure that all the tech that goes into running the stadium will be working in tip-top shape.
The commercial shows the Android robot getting human thumbs via some sketchy surgery in a back alley. It seems that Sony's going with the tagline: "The smartphone with everything you need, and the one thing you want."
A recent flyer pictured at Android Central shows the HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon's first 4G phone, will reportedly make an appearance in Best Buy's ads next week, soliciting pre-orders.
Reuters reported that a "Reuters eyewitness" got a glimpse of an unreleased version of the iPad at yesterday's launch of The Daily.
Customers can pre-order the CDMA iPhone 4 on either the Verizon or the Apple Web site.
The new version of Google's Android operating system that will run such upcoming tablet computers as Motorola's Xoom looks less vaporous today. Android 3.0, nicknamed Honeycomb by Google, was only visible as a short, canned demo at the Consumer Electronics Show last month, but today Google gave this release an...
News Corp.'s new, iPad-only The Daily is the most ambitious attempt yet by a traditional media firm to merge the subscription-plus-advertising business model of a print publication with the multimedia and interactivity of the Web.
Screen grabs from the announcement by Rupert Murdoch and Apple on the launch of The Daily iPad app at the Guggenheim Museum in New York city.
Live tweets from the Post's Hayley Tsukayama about the launch of The Daily, the iPad app from Rupert Murdoch and Apple.
Screengrabs from the press announcement of Rupert Murdoch and Apple's The Daily iPad app.
A Facebook version of Oregon Trail is set to launch today. Yes, it's that exciting.
The Daily, Rupert Murdoch's iPad-only newspaper is set to debut Wednesday morning at the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in New York. As we're reported before, Murdoch will be joined by Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of internet services.
Pictures of the iPad 2's screen appeared on the Mac repair company iFix Your i's blog, reportedly showing that the LCD for the second generation is a bit thinner -- by about a millimeter.
You could say that Bing has been engaged in the sincerest form of flattery. But the company making this observation--Google--would probably not phrase things so nicely. Tuesday morning, Google alleged that Microsoft's Bing has been using that company's Internet Explorer browser and Bing toolbar to gather intelligence on Google's search...
No, that's not the headline you'll see at the Motion Picture Association of America's site. The Washington-based lobby headlined its own press release (PDF) yesterday in starker terms: NEW STUDY FINDS 23.8% OF GLOBAL INTERNET TRAFFIC INVOLVES THE ILLEGAL DISTRIBUTION OF COPYRIGHTED WORK The study in question was commissioned by...
Apple rejected a Sony e-reader app for allowing customers to read books purchased outside of Apple's App Store. So says a New York Times story that describes a major change in how media companies can do business with customers on Apple's mobile devices: The company has told some applications developers,...
The project takes the technology of Google Street View to art galleries, letting users virtually walk the halls of some of the world's most famous museums.
Dedicated gamers stayed up all night waiting for the latest expansion of Call of Duty: Black Ops, which dropped Tuesday morning on the Xbox 360 for 1,200 Microsoft Points, or about $15.
Rupert Murdoch's newspaper of the future is set to launch tomorrow at the Solomon Guggenheim in New York City.
At a lunch in Sydney, Lo criticized Apple's closed platform and said that the company would not change until Jobs "goes away." Lo said he regretted his choice of words, and never meant to imply that Apple would benefit from Jobs' poor health.
Before we all join in pointing and laughing, Internet users of a certain age may have to admit that they've been in this situation themselves. Users like me.
Facebook has launched its Deals feature in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, according to the BBC.
Intel issued a statement that it has found a critical flaw in the design of its Sandy Bridge chipset and has implemented a silicon fix.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told "The Engadget Show" that the white iPhone delays might be due to a problem with the LED camera flash.
Vodafone Egypt and France Telecom have issued statements saying that they have restored some service to their Egyptian customers.
Netgear CEO Patrick Lo told a lunch crowd in Sydney over the weekend that Apple's closed culture will not change as long as co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs lives and that Microsoft is "over."
On Wednesday, Google's VP of engineering Andy Rubin will formally debut Android 3.0, nicknamed Honeycomb, at a company event in Mountain View, Calif.
Listings for the Motorola Atrix dock have appeared online, listing the price at $60 for the multimedia dock and $50 for the laptop dock.
Many Hotmail users got an unplanned reminder of the risks of relying on Web access to e-mail when Microsoft's site temporarily lost all their messages over the New Year's weekend. More recently, a small subset of AOL users also stopped getting new messages. And at some point, some other Web-mail...