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Will Apple's iPad 3 be released at a special event March 7th? A recent invitation from Apple teasing the special event sure seems to point at that.
Lawmakers are putting the finishing touches on a law that requires that all new passenger vehicles have backup cameras by 2014. Kidsandcars.org claims that two children are killed and 50 injured per week.
Some of Eldergadget.com's photos from CES 2012. Behind the scenes, new products, and more.
ASUS offers a tablet that lets you insert your phone into it, allowing you to have all your information in one device, but offering two form factors.
University of Notre Dame scientists have created paint that can convert the sun’s rays into usable electricity.
Verizon customers have been dealing with outages of 3G and 4G data networks and have been having issues even with calls according to Verizon support forums and Verizon twitter feeds for the past few days
A new NPD study shows that more than a quarter of all photos and videos are now taken with smartphones, up from 17 percent last year.
Microsoft Corporate Communications VP Frank Shaw posted a blog announcing that 2012 will be the last year for Microsoft at CES. The giant will not have a booth at the biggest tech show of the year.
The launch of a new Samsung smartphone running Android's new Ice Cream Sandwich, code name for it's version 2.4 of the operating system, has been delayed "out of respect for Steve Jobs' passing".
Apple announced the iPhone 4S today, instead of the expected iPhone 5. It offers a ton of new features in the same form factor, including dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera and more.
Sprint may be getting the iPhone 5 along with AT&T and Verizon. Sprint is the only major carrier with unlimited data, which may be a big advantage in getting people to switch.
There are now quite a few videos and photos online of people using the Apple MacBook Air as a knife, slicing up apples, shrimp, bread and more.
Google bought Zagat to offer more comprehensive searches. Founders Tim and Nina Zagat will stay on as advisors, and Google will gain their comprehensive information on restaurants.
The Motorola Droid Bionic is finally available on Verizon. It's the new flagship phone for Verizon. The Bionic is the first Verizon 4G/LTE Android Smartphone to offer a dual-core processor. It has qHD video, Gingerbread (Android 2.3) installed, 1 GB of RAM, HDMI and more.
The United States Government just inked a $344 million Department of Energy-backed deal with SolarCity to put up to 160,ooo installations on privately-run military housing complexes at 124 military bases.