That event on September 5, where Microsoft and Nokia are expected to unveil Windows Phone 8 to the world, is now open to the public for anyone to attend.
The social network juggernaut's messaging system is getting a visual overhaul today, in what is the biggest change since the service launched.
Amazon today announced a new addition to it's Amazon Web Services family: Amazon Glacier, a extremely low-cost backup service for the cloud that could replace those ageing tape drives.
Neowin has learned that Microsoft has begun issuing special Windows Phone 8 devices to 'VIP' developers so they can begin early development for the platform.
And so begins the slew of Windows 8 devices. Lenovo today announced the ThinkPad Tablet 2, a 10" slate device that will feature Windows 8 x86.
Google I/O officially starts tomorrow, and the company is widely expected to release a "Nexus" branded tablet or potentially family of devices. Pictures of the banners have come out which confirm all.
This week has been a killer week for Microsoft, and today, the company unveiled Windows Phone 8. Finally, we know what what's actually coming, except it may have created more questions.
Windows Phone 7 might not be getting the fully-blown version of Windows Phone 8, but Microsoft is bringing a taste of it along for the ride to Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft showed that off today.
The just-announced Microsoft Surface tablet features nothing other than the latest NVIDIA Tegra chip onboard in the Windows RT version of the device.
The Microsoft Surface is one of the biggest announcements in the company's history, but it didn't come without it's own set of oddities. The company was silent on specific info, like the screen.
Everyone was a little surprised this morning at what Microsoft had to show off. Surface is one of the biggest Microsoft announcements ever, so have a look at it in it's dubstep-laden glory.
The doors are open and the press are flooding in. What will Microsoft's event hold for the entertainment industry? We're about to find out.
After many rumors that the company would be acquired by Microsoft, the Wall Street Journal today confirmed that Yammer will be purchased for over $1 billion.
A mystery Microsoft event that was announced today seems to point to the unveiling of Xbox Music/Video, days ahead of the Windows Phone Apollo release to set the stage for a huge overhaul in WP8.
Microsoft has remained tight lipped on what Windows 8 will really look like on the desktop when it is released to manufacturing, but now we have finally seen what they have up their sleeves.
It appears Google may have begun testing touch based Chrome OS devices, with new options appearing in the OS to enable a touch interface and support for touch devices.
A leak from a official Microsoft blog today showed that Windows 8 Release Preview will be released on May 31 for the public to download, a day earlier than Microsoft promised.
It's been a long time coming, but we finally have confirmation that the Zune branding will be officially retired this year, in favor of the Xbox branding in Windows 8 and more.
A Windows hack allows a user with access to a computer to configure it to run applications on top of the login screen with administrator rights and is virtually undetectable.
Amongst compounding doubt about the future of Research In Motion's products, it has been decided that BBM will stay BlackBerry only, and won't be licensed to be used on Android or iOS.
In a strange move, the FBI has taken Kim Dotcom's data outside of New Zealand without the knowledge of the court and sent it back to the US, despite an order stating it was to remain in the country.
After a unexciting IPO on Friday, Facebook's shares have continued to tank into the new week, leading to regulatory bodies warning that they may need to step in to investigate problems.
After a somewhat lacklustre IPO on Friday, Facebook has quietly launched a subtle redesign to the Timeline profile page that better utilizes space on the site.
Ever since FaceTime was announced, users have questioned why they can't use it over 3G. With WWDC on the horizon, it seems that it may be about to become a reality.
Anonymous is at it again; this time releasing 1.7GB worth of data from the United States Bureau of Justice onto the internet. The data includes the entire database, internal emails and more.
The world's most popular music streaming service is now available down under, with the company announcing it's entire catalog being available now in New Zealand and Australia.
It's already been confirmed that the News Feed would contain featured stories from advertisers in the near future, but now, Facebook is allowing users to advertise their posts to their friends.
Microsoft just sent around an email that they will be renaming their entire Azure set of services in the near future, but it's not clear if the brand will be sticking around too.
Is the HTC One X fast enough to reproduce the silky-smooth feel of the iPhone? Can Windows Phone match that quad core? We take a look at if the specification really matters here.
A group in New Zealand is building a mobile wallet that consumers will soon be able to use to pay with their phone to catch the bus, and eventually may replace debit cards.
We take a deep dive into the cameras on each device, and put them through their paces. Are they good enough to replace your point-and-shoot? The results may surprise you.
We take a deep dive into three of biggest devices for 2012, the HTC One X, the iPhone 4S and the Lumia 800. Which one will be good enough to win you over?
In an attempt to keep Google+ relevant, the search giant has taken the wraps off a massive overhaul to the Google+ interface today, with a focus on customization.
In a somewhat surprising announcement, Nokia has announced that it is releasing a special NFC version of the Lumia 610 that comes equipped with NFC onboard.
Windows 8 is a big bet, Microsoft's biggest yet, but has the company lost it's way as it became obsessed with the tablet? Things are harder, not easier, and it might not be good enough for consumers.
In a somewhat surprising move, Posterous has today announced that they have been acquired by Twitter, in what appears to be a move to acquire Posterous' talent rather than technology.
Today has been a big day for Apple, and iOS 5.1 is now available for all. You could download it using iTunes, or, you could upgrade without plugging in any cables. We've got a guide on how, here.
MeeGo isn't dead! Nokia has begun rolling out the latest update to the platform that is jam-packed with features to devices over the air. For a platform that's "dead" it's doing pretty well.
Mobile World Congress has kicked off in Barcelona again, and the first few devices have been announced. HTC is touting it's latest devices -- the HTC One series -- which is a set of three devices.
It's clear Microsoft wants to bring Metro to every property they own, and it's now come to Visual Studio 11. However, is this really the place for flat, basic styling?