According to Bloomberg, Dell is in buyout talks with at least two private-equity firms. The talks could result in the largest consumer tech acquisition of our time, and further signals the end of the PC.
Branch, the social network for meaningful conversation that launched early last year, has just left private beta and is now open to the public with a few new features.
Digg seems to be enjoying a resurgence. After a well-received redesign last year, folks wondered if it could return to its former glory. According to the site's developers, they've doubled its users. That's definitely a start
So you're going to the Inauguration but you have a little more money to burn. Something like $47,000 worth? You may want to hire a social media butler to Instagram you drinking champagne
Craigslist is slowly but surely moving into the present. The site is currently rolling out an expansion to its young mapping service, allowing users to find yard sales and flea markets for all their antiquing needs.
Snapchat and Facebook are blazing a trail with self-destructing messages. But how all that information is stored and if it's even completely destroyed may seem like a mystery. Here's a look at how each service treats your super secret information
Selling online is tough, but 2012 was full of new apps and startups that wanted to make that easier. SellSimple is the newest player in the game, promising to make selling anything on any of the big e-commerce sites simpler than ever
The Samsung Chromebox Series 3 is a good machine. Good, but not great. And starting at $329, it’s a bit more expensive than any browser-based system should be.
Google is further integrating Google+ with the rest of its services, forcing users to sign up whether they want to or not. While they've earned criticism for the strategy, it's still proving very effective.
Facing sluggish support from content distributors, Intel's rumored set-top box will have to wait before it can change how we watch TV.
If the rumors are true, Apple may be in the process of adopting high-speed 5G wireless for 2013's Mac lineup.
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