Grooveshark still hasn't worked it out with the record labels and that may have cost it a spot in Google's Android Marketplace.
The FBI wants the public to help it de-code two mysterious notes found on the body of murdered man.
Google may be soon be on the receiving end of an FTC probe which would be the tech industry's biggest such investigation since Microsoft.
Anonymous has set its sights on Sony, claiming its lawsuits against the PS3 jailbreakers constitutes "unforgivable offense against free speech and internet freedom."
The iPad 2 isn't Apple's only hot item on eBay. Single tickets for June's WWDC are selling for double -- sometimes near triple -- their face value.
Google continues its quest to cover 99 of the world's Internet users with the launch of google,iq and google,tn, covering the countries of Iraq and Tunisia respectively.
GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons insists that his killing of an elephant in Zimbabwe was a good thing, but so far he appears to be in the minority.
Creepy calls itself a 'geolocation information aggregator' and it should prove to be a hit among those with stalker tendencies.
When the linguists begin weighing in, you know things are getting serious...
Microsoft's own study has revealed that its Internet Explorer 9 beats out the competition when it comes to energy consumption -- under certain conditions.
The New York Times is offering a "special introductory offer" of $0.99 for the first month of unlimited access to nytimes.com