A Foster City, Calif., pediatric dentist is being allowed to proceed with a libel suit against a husband and wife.
"TV Widgets" -- the latest attempt to meld television and the Internet, this time by Yahoo and Intel -- is here.
Twitter appears to be experiencing more growing pains. Users and the service itself recently have reported a spate of problems...
Facebook fans unhappy about the site's most recent design changes mobilize to make their voices heard.
'Premium' account offer turns out to be a joke that some Twitter fans caught on to. Others, not so much.
Google has introduced what it says is a faster beta version of Chrome.
Nokia is seriously contemplating entering the notebook market, according to research firm DisplaySearch.
Apparently, high school is never really over -- especially when it comes to social networking.
RIM surprised a lot of people by announcing that apps sold in the soon-to-launch Blackberry App World online store will start at $2.99.
Other non-ASCII characters soon will be permitted as well.
Some smartphone owners spent as much on apps as on the mobile hardware, a study reveals.
Get ready for i.biz, u.biz and probably we.biz.
Al Jazeera English has launched a Web-based grassroots campaign to coax American cable companies to air its shows.
Jivox is the latest tool to help businesses grab the attention of Web surfers through interactive video advertising.
It might be the most vexing question of the technology age: Is it better to turn off a PC at night or leave it on?
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