RIM kicked off its BlackBerry World event in Orlando, Florida by launching the not-so-secret BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 models, also dubbed ‘Bold T
Switched’s Comprehensive Guide to Video Game Emulators
Well, here we are. More than four years after launching, Switched and DownloadSquad are unfortunately being closed.
A group of grad students has come up with a way to instantly diagnose malaria, using only a smartphone and some fancy software.
The team, comprise
Somewhere near the intersection of online dating and unabashed prostitution is where you can find WhatsYourPrice.com — a new dating site where cas
Clicking on Facebook links is dangerous business. At least a few of aren’t aware of this sad fact; otherwise, the latest scam Facebook app wouldn’t
Google’s Gmail Motion hoax might not be so far-fetched after all. A group of post-doc students at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies has
“PornLeaks” sounds filthy.
A cyber-attack on an online marketing firm has impacted a wide array of companies and customers in what could be the largest data breach in
Eric Schmidt may no longer be the CEO of Google, but he’s still more popular at his office than Steve Jobs is at his. Schmidt
There were some who speculated that the arrival of the iPhone 4 on the Verizon network would spell not just certain death for AT&T, but
During an address at CinemaCon in Las Vegas yesterday, James Cameron introduced what he considers to be the next frontier in filmmaking: faster fil
Ever wonder how easy it would be for someone to track your every move? You can now find out with a new app called ‘Creepy.’
The latest viral buzz from switched.com
The iPad has not yet become another Apple-built IED. But, according to one El Paso, Texas man, the tablet has a serious overheating problem.
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YouTube’s April Fools’ gag — a ‘1911’ button that turns any video into an old-timey silent film, complete with syncopated piano and sepia tone —
Are you a celebrity? Has your name been smeared by unfounded rumors, half-truths or an inaccurate Wikipedia entry? A new site called ICorrect can help you set the record straight.
Oh, Justin Bieber. How did the Internet even cope before you were around?