Yahoo has filed applications for two different patents aimed at serving customers advertisements within e-books.
Scientists have come up with an app to let your create your perfect dream, by playing a 'soundscape' that seeps into the sleeping mind.
Google co-founder Larry Page has a Facebook fixation.
The gadget goes on sale this week, priced at USD 80, Daily Mail reported Tuesday.
In recognition of the craze for cricket in the Indian sub-continent, the organisers (MIT's Technology Review) have dedicated a session to 'Technology in Cricket'.
The company unveiled on Monday the HTC One X. It allows users to snap pictures while watching videos or movies.
Zynga's CEO and other insiders at the online games company plan to sell 43 million shares of stock in a public offering.
The price quoted for the Indian market is not an advisable buy. However, an Apple freak would be an Apple freak!
Consumers bought four times as many Kindles on Black Friday as they did on the same day last year.
Logitech, which lost tens of millions of dollars building set-top boxes for Google TV, would back the project again.
The songs can then be downloaded or streamed to other Apple devices without needing to physically connect them to the computer.
Facebook would be embedded into MediaTek's mobile platform solution MRE which would form a part of affordable low cost handsets.
The largest US bookstore chain's Nook has been a hit since its launch in 2009.
Apple Inc closed its stores across the United States on Wednesday for several hours to commemorate co-founder Steve Jobs, who died on Oct. 5.
Google's core business of selling advertising alongside Web search results appears to be holding up so far against macroeconomic concerns, Eurodebt crisis and US unemployment.
Chennai-based EdServ, India's mobile-based education service provider has tied up with Nokia, to offer educational content on Nokia smartphones.
Online video and photo sharing major YouTube has launched 'YouTube Partner Programme', which will enable all original local video content creators to become its content partners thereby helping them monetise their work through advertising.
Alibaba Cloud Computing will release an English version of its mobile operating system this month and launch its tablet in the next two months.
Apple will release a cheaper iPhone 4 soon to win lower-end customers and to tackle rival Nokia.