THE GADGET: About two years after the arrival of the first smart phone running Google's Android operating software, HTC's G1, T-Mobile introduced a new version called the G2.
Apple is inviting media to its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters for a Macintosh computer-related event on Oct. 20.
Having trouble leaving the cell phone alone while you're driving, even though the distraction could get you and bystanders killed? Now, there's an app for that _ with cash rewards for resisting the pull of the phone.
Internet company AOL Inc., pinning much of its resurrection hopes on local Web content, is bringing out of retirement a city guide that lets people vote each year for their favorite local businesses.
Sony's lineup of sleek televisions boasting Google's Web-surfing system will go on sale Saturday, testing how much consumers are willing to pay to combine access to the entire Internet with their regular TV programming.
This may — or may not — happen to you, but I bet you can relate: There are files on your computer at work that might be very useful to have at home, or you have portable devices such as an Apple iPhone or iPad or a Google Android-based phone, and while you set these up at home, you would rather synchronize those devices at work, or vice versa.
One brushstroke at a time, "The Johnny Cash Project" is gathering illustrations submitted by fans online into a living portrait of the country music legend.
Egypt's telecommunications regulator has set new rules for companies sending text messages to multiple mobile phones, in a move activists say will stifle efforts to mobilize voters ahead of upcoming parliamentary elections.
In its self-proclaimed drive to make the world a better place, Google has immersed itself in far more than Internet search and online ads. But driverless cars and a wind energy farm in the Atlantic Ocean?