According to The New York Times, JC Penney — one of Google's largest advertisers — gamed the search giant to land it the No. 1 result spot.
UberMedia has purchased TweetDeck for $30 million. Good move, or bad deal?
Facebook gives its photo-viewing user interface an upgrade.
With the Nokia-Microsoft partnership freshly official, the concept design photos have already begun to appear online.
A new smartphone screen from Hitachi beats out Apple's already-impressive Retina display by just a few pixels.
After nearly three weeks of anti-government protests in Egypt, the country’s embattled president, Hosni Mubarak, has stepped down from power, The New York Times reports. Control of the country has been handed over to the Egyptian military, which has pledged to enact a series of constitutional reforms. Mubarak’s resignation, the news of which reportedly set [...]
Turnout for the long-awaited Verizon iPhone launch fell short of expectations. But analysts say there's no cause for alarm.
Chris Russo, the hacker behind the recent attack on Plentyoffish.com, has struck again — this time hitting another e-dating site, eHarmony.com.
A campaign to build a RoboCop statue in Detroit has turned from a hilarious Internet joke into a even more hilarious real-life effort.
Despite a tsunami of hype surrounding the long-awaited Verizon iPhone 4 launch, almost no one showed up for pre-hours at Apple’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City Thursday morning, reports CNET. But Apple and Verizon Wireless shouldn’t get too alarmed just yet — it was pretty cold, which could have contributed to [...]
Public advocacy group Consumer Watchdog says Google ads are helping mortgage relief fraudsters trick desperate homeowners, and has contacted the FTC to help make them stop.
The Qualcomm-made Snapdragon processor that will power the HP TouchPad tablet has serious potential — but is it enough to compete with Apple's juggernaut device?
Google, Facebook considered buying Twitter for $8-10 billion — a sign of the second tech apocalypse?
Interest in Twitter Inc from both Facebook and Google has placed the value of the micro-blogging site at around $10 billion. That's insane — and dangerous, say analysts.
With customers no longer clamoring to get their hands on a plastic axe, Activision has decided to put the Guitar Hero franchise to rest.
Google says Microsoft is the mastermind behind an "anti-Google industrial complex" in Washington D.C. that seeks to give Google a taste of the anti-trust medicine.