Hurricane Sandy may have passed the Mid-Atlantic region, but its effects are still being felt online.
Microsoft will finally test the waters of the tablet market as its new Surface goes on sale. More than 60 stores in North America will offer the tablet starting tonight at 10 p.m. local time.
After several years of development, now it’s your turn to vote for or against Windows 8 with your wallet. Windows 8 goes on sale around the world at 12:01 a.m. local time around the world, with an upgrade price as low as $39.95.
Surprise! Apple not only introduced a smaller iPad today — the iPad Mini — but also unveiled a fourth-generation iPad that looks the same as the iPad 3 (aka the “new iPad”). The difference? The fourth-generation model has upgraded components, including an A6X processor, which, according to Apple, doubles CPU and graphics performance.
The video game industry had a rough time in stores last month.
If you’ve been holding out on buying a new ultrabook or just upgrading your desktop, here’s a list of all the Windows 8 PCs that will be available at launch. Don’t miss the hands-on previews!
When the revamped MySpace launches over the coming months, new users of the once-high-flying social network will be kept separate from veteran users of “classic MySpace.”
Facebook has reached 1 billion people who are “actively” using the social network every month, the company announced Thursday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the most drastic step yet to address the growing furor over the company’s beleaguered map application, saying he was “extremely sorry” for the frustration felt by customers and vowing to improve the program.
Wal-Mart will no longer sell Amazon’s Kindle products, highlighting the tensions between the online and physical retail worlds.