Samsung announces Wallet, an Android app that erodes yet another competitive advantage from Apple.
Judging from all of the iPhone 5 components being leaked online, there won't be much surprise left by the time it arrives.
While Sony has yet to make an announcement, a new tablet from the Japanese electronics maker just slipped past the FCC.
Nintendo may have the home field advantage when it comes to the popularity of its 3DS portable game system in Japan, but momentum is weak in the West.
The folks in Cupertino may not be known as the most generous people around, but a new employee discount program launched Wednesday sure makes it seem so.
The bad news just keeps coming from Canada's Research in Motion, who announced "significant layoffs" this week.
In a rare move, HTC has thrown in the towel on its appeal against an ITC ruling in Apple's favor, which found the iPhone does not infringe on the company's patents.
Apple is now the proud owner of a patent on the MacBook Air's wedge-shaped design, which could be another thorn in the side of manufacturers making Intel-based Ultrabooks.
Microsoft might deny its existence, but a second reliable source claims to have seen Office running on the iPad.
The Google Chromebook and Chrome OS have lagged behind the competition. But, since the search giant acquired Motorola that all may change.