The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has approved the proposed merger of Google and online advertising firm DoubleClick, even as privacy advocates overseas ramp up objections.
Security analyst finds a flaw in the Google Toolbar that could let a hacker control a userâ€™s computer.
Network gear maker Xterasys has settled with the developers of BusyBox over claims they violated BusyBox's open source license. Can Verizon be next?
Complaints about Dell's new $2,499 tablet have prompted the company to directly address critics who claim it's too expensive.
Seven leading chip makers come together to develop the 32 nanometer chip.
Printer and peripheral device maker Brother has introduced a new WiFi-equipped monochrome laser printer. The surprise is a street price under $150.
Sixty years ago, three scientists came up with the solid state transistor, the mechanism at the heart of all computer chips and digital processors.
A little more than a year after taking over leadership of the troubled computer maker, CEO Ed Coleman has resigned, leaving the hands of Acer's Rudi Schmidleithner.
The Z-P140 can fit on your fingertip, but will pack up to 16GB of storage in the future, and pump data along at speeds far faster than conventional flash cards.
You might want to make sure you don't download the "Secret Crush" application to your Facebook, since it contains a notorious adware program.
Google's version of a community-built encyclopedia will put more control in the hands of individual authors to maintain quality.
Want to say goodbye to the format war? Addonic's Zebra external optical drive handles both Blu-ray and HD DVD discs, and lets users write to DVD and CD media.
Two consumer advocacy groups have asked FCC chair Deborah Platt Majoras to recuse herself from investigating the Google-DoubleClick merger.
The once-rumored R680 will take advantage of a smaller chip design to fit two cores in one unit.
Storage vendor Iomega has inked a deal to buy Chinese storage manufacturer ExcelStor for approximately $315 million in stock.