Though the Apple App Store generates four times the revenue of Google Play, Android is growing by leaps and bounds.
Manufacturers aren't too happy with the operating system's progress, despite the OS hitting a 40 million license landmark.
Bill that once contained a controversial revision is due up for a vote Thursday, though some say what updates remain are too narrow.
After about a month after its release, OS is in one percent of desktops while it struggles for a foothold in the tablet world.
With global supplies of the Wii U dwindling, Nintendo promises the Wii U will ship regularly during the holiday season.
New sources report there's no delay in bringing about the All-in-Ones, with arrive before the month is up.
A leak gives a glimpse at the WP7 update, including features like a new start screen, new live tile sizes and more themes.
There, there Wii - you'll have a few more hours in the spotlight before the next-generation takes the reigns.
One analyst predicted Apple's dominance of the tablet market will come to an end by the middle of next year.
The business-minded 4G phone packs Android 4.0, a 4-inch touchscreen, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and NFC.
Wasting no time after this week's win, VirnetX is suiting Apple over the iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPad 4 and other new products.
The online encyclopedia adds a new TimedMediaHandler extension that lets users upload video to Wikipedia articles.
Samsung's delayed its bendable displays a few times this year, but it still released a vid showing the potential of the twistable technology.
The new Opera upgrade includes high-DPI screen support, touch controls for Windows 8 and more powerful extensions.
Despite Apple Maps' poor reception, experts close to the company say Google Maps will never make its way back to iOS.
As one developer combines an HDD and SDD on Mountain Lion, Apple invites programmers to check out the beta version of 10.8.3.
Beta version of iOS 6.1 and a Xcode 4.6 preview hit the web while Maps improvements should come after the holidays.
New service unifies users communications methods from texting to chatting to video calling and easy data sharing.
AMD announced its "ambidextrous" approach to server solutions: it will build new 64-bit ARM serve processors and continue its x86 support.
Steven Sinofsky made that case for Windows 8 on PCs, tablets and mobile devices following the OS' launch.
CEO Marissa Mayer and team hope Stamped will help the search engine reign in its splintered mobile strategy.