After ten years, two wars and hundreds of thousands of lives lost, 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden has been killed by US forces in Pakistan. Here, the Internet's first reactions, and its role in reporting the new biggest story in the world.
Rumor has it that the Apple is currently testing its popular iPhone device for the T-Mobile USA network -- and there are pictures to back it up.
A textbook on Amazon was recently listed at more than $23 million. As it turns out, an algorithm was to blame.
A new study from market research firm community Hunch shows that the differences between Mac users and PC users are, essentially, exactly what we'd expect.
It remains unknown why Apple is recording and storing iPhone and iPad user location data — but the police seem to be using it to solve crimes.
In a sign that gaming will play a central role in Apple's iPhone 5 plans, Cupertino has reportedly given mobile game developers prototype iPhone units loaded with the speedy A5 processor.
Verizon reports that it added 2.2 million iPhone 4 devices to its network in the first quarter of 2011, and revealed that Apple's iPhone 5 will support both CDMA and GSM connections.
In Hong Kong, the world's first 3D erotic film, "Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" has earned the highest grossing opening day of any film, even beating out Hollywood heavyweight "Avatar."
Nokia and Microsoft have officially joined forces with the signing of a "definitive" agreement to develop Windows Phone-based handsets and an expanded mobile "ecosystem."
Amazon has jumped on the e-book lending bandwagon with a soon-to-launch service that will allow Kindle users to borrow books from 11,000 libraries in the US.
An improvement and increased availability of satellite imagery has helped unearth more than 650 new islands in a recent study by Duke University.