This little device plugs directly into an electrical outlet and extends your Wireless N network out 6,500 square feet.
News of Baidu Eye is an April Fools' joke spun out of control, but the company claims there's also a hint of truth.
Futuremark has released 3DMark for Android.
With Intel cheering on the x86-based version of Android, it wouldn't be surprising to see Android-based Ultrabooks this year.
The HTC One finally has a release date.
Google's Nexus 7 isn't even a year old, but already there are rumors of a next gen Nexus 7.
The next Windows release will be v8.1 according to another leaked build.
Is Kindel now working on Kindle?
Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system is slowly gaining market share around the world.
Thanks to an anonymous tipster through GMSArena, potential details about a new Motorola phone have come to light. The phone, allegedly called the Motorola X, has almost all the features expected from a next...
AT&T has revealed it will be the only carrier to get the 64GB HTC One.
What better way to control your line of tablets and smartphones than by supplying your own SoCs?
You can get Amazon's tablet for a discount on AT&T starting this week.
It's almost here, Android gamers. Time to build another library.
This new D-Link router looks like a thermos. Need to brew up some hot Wireless AC for your network?
Google may be looking for a performance punch with less battery drain in its next premium Chromebook.
Havok will be offering its 3D Game Development Engine for free in Spring 2013.
Struggling NEC Corp. is looking to sell its mobile phone unit after two years of straight losses.
Three says it plans to wait until the end of the year before rolling out 4G LTE connectivity.
Google wants to set an example for other American businesses. Go Google go!
Someone obviously fell asleep while approving submissions for the Google Glass content.
But the phone won't launch for another month.
And the winners are...
Information at your fingertips.
The group is investigating gadget use during flight and will reveal its results in July.
There probably wasn't enough users to make Google Reader maintenance worthwhile.