- BGR Media, LLCExecutive Editor, present
- Dennis Publishing Limited
- Telaurus Communications, LLC
- MVS USA, Inc
- Northeastern University
- Dwight Englewood
Google’s Nexus tablet may push Android partners out of the picture
Media tablets powered by Google's Android operating system have for the most part been unable to capture consumers' interest. With just a fe
Scientists create self-healing plastic, the ‘Holy Grail of Material Scie...
Cell phones, tablets, cars and even weapons systems that can heal themselves when scratched or cracked are no longer confined to science fic
Big Brother is watching, and he wants to sell you a new car
Steven Spielberg's "Minority Report" painted a scary picture of the future in a number of ways. For privacy advocates, one of several nightm
Amazon prepping two new Kindle Fire tablets with improved build, metal c...
Amazon is working on not one, but two new Kindle Fire tablets that will launch in the coming months. Earlier reports suggested that Amazon w
Sorry Apple, Windows 8 ushers in the post-post-PC era
Apple's iPad ushered in the "post-PC" era, but the its capabilities are limited compared to a real PC. With Windows 8, Microsoft is showing
Retailers begin slashing prices on BlackBerry PlayBook tablet [updated]
Research In Motion's retail partners have begun slashing prices on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in an effort to bolster unimpressive sales
Man offers to legally change name for a ticket to Apple’s WWDC
Apple announced on Wednesday that its annual Worldwide Developer Conference will take place from June 11th through June 15th this year in Sa
With Windows Phone still failing to gain traction, Microsoft plans to la...
When Microsoft (MSFT) announced earlier this year that it will launch an own-brand tablet to compete directly with its various vendor partne
Gaming and a girl gone wild: Sony Ericsson looks to the past to define t...
According to data released by The Nielson Company in March, Sony Ericsson’s share of the U.S. smartphone market is barely a blip on the rada
Here’s how to bring the Start button back to Windows 8
When users found out that Microsoft's (MSFT) next version of Windows wouldn't have a Start button, they panicked. Replaced in Windows 8 by t