Sony pulls buggy PS3 update after user complaints
A recent update for the PlayStation 3 has bricked the console for a number of users, forcing Sony to yank that update as it looks into the issue.
Netflix streaming heads to the Netherlands in late 2013
The move into the Low Country marks a continuing expansion of the streaming video service into Europe, with coverage that ranges from Finland to Ireland and even Malta.
PS4's lead architect disses Xbox One on Fallon show
Popping up on the late-night talk show, video-game industry vet Mike Cerny plays up the fact that the PS4 won't require an Internet connection and that Sony won't impose restrictions on trading or selling used games.
Santas and Burning Man and bridge climbing, oh my
The new book "Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society" illustrates the way much of digital-era culture jamming emerged from a few 1980s- and '90s-era out-of-the-box thinkers
Video mocks Samsung's (lack of) design principles
Remember that video last week, offering Apple's deeply held views about design? Well, here's one that suggests Samsung believes in, well, cloning. Among other things.
Apple could include LinkedIn for deep iOS 7 integration
So far, Twitter is the only social network to get the full red carpet on iOS 7, but that could change.
Redesigned iPad Mini may arrive before Retina: DisplaySearch
The next iPad Mini may not be the Retina version, says NPD DisplaySearch. It could be a version with a faster chip -- and possibly thinner too.
Video shows what looks like iOS 7 running on an iPad
A new video surfaces that claims to show an iPad with iOS 7. Could this user have the software before other developers?
The iPhone 5S rumor roundup
It's inevitable... but when will it happen? The rumor roundup for Apple's next iPhone starts now.
In Paris, Boeing unveils the 787-10 Dreamliner
The aviation giant said it expects to conduct the first flight of the newest (and longest) Dreamliner in 2017.
Experimenting with fireballs in space
It turns out burning fuel in space is much different than on Earth -- think floating fireballs that give off formaldehyde.
Smash Lego atoms with a Large Hadron Collider model
A physicist is gathering supporters for an ATLAS experiment Lego mini model that could put a piece of the Large Hadron Collider in the hands of Lego fans everywhere.
Sony under pressure to spin off entertainment unit
Hedge fund Third Point, a major Sony stockholder, is pushing the company to separate its entertainment arm into its own company.
Jimmy Fallon test-drives the Xbox One
The Late Night host kicked off video game week on his show by inviting aboard Microsoft VP Phil Spencer and taking the Xbox One for a spin.
Xbox 360 top console in May...with 114,000 units sold
Microsoft's console was the top-selling console for the 29th consecutive month, and total spending on its platform hit $149.8 million during the period.
Apple's Eddy Cue: Steve Jobs was confused in his e-mails
The Apple executive refutes DOJ claims that Jobs wanted Apple to force e-book publishers to change their sales terms with Amazon.
Apple trims 'industrial' from Jony Ive's title
Apple's Jony Ive is no longer listed as the company's head of "industrial design." He now controls all of "design," according to his title.
Apple holds a quarter of e-book market, Eddy Cue says
But Barnes & Noble is neck-and-neck with the electronics giant and sometimes surpasses Apple's market share in digital books, the high-level Apple executive said during testimony in court.
iOS 7-ready game controller hardware spotted
An upcoming game controller accessory for Apple's iPhone, allegedly made by Logitech, has surfaced ahead of iOS 7.
Skype launches video messaging to all users
Baked into Skype's mobile and desktop apps, the new video-messaging feature has emerged from beta mode and is now available for everyone.