After previously settling a lawsuit over location privacy in the country, Apple has been officially slapped on the wrist.
New FCC rules try to level the playing field between independent networks and massive distributors.
Microsoft's old warhorse is finally showing signs of a quickening decline.
The developer behind Infamous and Sly Cooper had already been making Sony-exclusive games for a decade.
Diablo III brings three major changes to the 15-year old franchise.
Google is just the latest tech company to snatch up a whole barrel of patents to protect against IP lawsuits. When will the fighting end?
Automakers and legislators have finally agreed to strict CAFE standards for 2025.
BT, a UK ISP, has been forced to block user access to piracy giant Newzbin2.
The company's new Page Speed Services offers huge improvements in load times for slow pages.
Google Apps for Government has allowed the General Services Administration to eliminate its costly data centers while offering employees network access anywhere.
Apple's acquisition of Polar Rose has resulted in built-in face detection for iOS 5.
HTC is embroiled in a patent battle with Apple that involves the rest of HTC's 2011 phone lineup.
Spurred by the discovery of an amateur astronomer, scientists are using a planetary nebula to look at the future of our sun.
Apple is cracking down on retailers whose apps link customers to their websites for purchases.
The man behind the bombing and shootings spree in Norway published a manifesto days before the attack. Anonymous wants to eliminate it.