From Lady Gaga to Obama, paid tweets and inflated followings game online reputations and call the whole system into question.
Competition is forcing some carriers to offer cheaper wireless plans. It's about time! But if you want to save some money, you've got to do your homework.
Tough talk about Microsoft's upcoming tablet is the latest sign of a PC industry in panic mode.
While its usage is low, it's not quite the ghost town some claim, and there's a deeper story behind the numbers.
PC makers lard up their machines with all sorts of trial programs you would never want. Now Microsoft is offering to get rid of it, for a fee. But it seems crazy to pay someone to remove software you never wanted in the first place.
The ARM/Apple tsunami is gaining strength, but anyone who thinks it will swamp Wintel anytime soon is badly mistaken.
Business interest in the iPad is increasing, as Android slips and Dell, HP, and RIM are irrelevant.
Want to hack someone's bank account?
Léo Apotheker, Mark Zuckerberg, Reed Hastings, and the RIM twins are the bozos of the year, along with the iPhone 5 rumormongers.
There's a new generation gap: Millennials want to use their own digital tools at work, regardless of corporate guidelines
Verizon LTE wins speed tests, but the download speed of your “4G” phone, no matter what carrier, depends on wireless standards and location more than you think.
It turns out that Silicon Valley's tech jobs are short-lived, following a boom-and-bust cycle -- and mobile app dev could burst next.
Microsoft and Mozilla are exchanging heated jabs about whose browser is more secure, but your browser can only protect you so much from phishing attacks.
I'm not cheap, exactly, but I do love to find a bargain. So when I'm thinking about a vacation or a business trip, I search the Web for the best airfare.
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