Logitech’s iPhone Gamepad Case Goes on Sale Next Month, Costs $100

The leaks were 100 percent right.

Speed and Power Packed Into a Thin iPad Air

This new iPad isn’t a radical rethinking of what a tablet can be, but it’s a major improvement on a successful product, says Walt. And it’s the best tablet he’s ever reviewed.

Mark Cuban Unplugged (As Usual) About Victory in SEC Insider Trading Case

The billionaire entrepreneur takes a victory lap (or two).

Three Battery-Boosting Cases for iPhone 5

Three iPhones walk into a bar. Which one leaves with the most juice?

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HP CEO Meg Whitman Changes Opposition Stance to Same-Sex Marriage

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman has switched a previous political stance, signing a legal document saying that gay people have a constitutional right to be married. The move — which was coordinated by dozens of high-profile Republicans — came in the form of a brief to the Supreme Court as part of a case it is hearing to strike down California’s controversial Proposition 8, which barred same-sex marriage. Whitman was a vocal supporter of the ballot initiative when she ran unsuccessfully for governor in the state.

Will the FTC Blink on the Google Antitrust Case?

“Coca-Cola does not have to carry Pepsi in its gas-station coolers.” Does it?

Post-AppSung Stock Watch: What Will Happen to Apple and Google Shares Today?

Will Apple’s shares soar? Is Google a market proxy for Samsung?

At Home, Samsung Seen as Underdog

SEOUL — After a U.S. jury ruled that Samsung Electronics Co. copied ideas from Apple Inc. AAPL to make smartphones and tablet PCs, a different view was heard in Samsung’s home country.

Apple-Samsung Juror Tells CNET Debate Was “Heated”

Trial by jury — up close.

Viacom Asks for a Do-Over on YouTube

Ellison Taunts HP CEO a Second Time