BlackBerry's new Q10 smartphone, which comes with the physical keyboard that many BlackBerry fans prize, is selling well in both Canada and Britain, an industry analyst said on Friday.
After completing supply of 1 lakh units of Aakash tablets to IIT Bombay for Rs. 2,263 apiece, Datawind said it is ready to provide the next version of the device at a tentative price of Rs. 2,500 apiece.
Facebook on Thursday began letting people locked out of their profiles get back in with the help of friends. A new Trusted Contacts account recovery feature lets Facebook users set up lists of friends who can provide codes to unlock accounts.
More than seven in 10 Americans who play videogames are now doing so online, a survey showed Thursday. The NPD Group study showed the figure of 72 percent of online gamers was up five percentage points from a year earlier.
Barnes & Noble is touting its latest price cuts as part of campaign in support of the Get London Reading initiative, suggesting that the offer will run for a limited time only, however it is yet to give a cut-off date.
Yahoo! chief Marissa Mayer hauled in $36.6 million in pay, bonuses and stock last year after just six months at the helm of the Internet firm, with some of that time spent on maternity leave.
Yahoo Inc has increased the amount of paid leave new parents can take, bringing the Internet company closer to the policies of some of its Silicon Valley peers from which it hopes to lure engineers.
Already home to the Las Vegas strip with its casinos and high-stakes games, Nevada on Tuesday became the first state where residents can legally play poker online for money.
Google's Android mobile operating system extended its dominance in smartphones in the US and other major markets in early 2013, according to a survey published on Monday.
More than half of UK workers play smartphone games on company time -- costing the economy as much as £355 million (about US$520 million) in the process.