New Zealand authorities have admitted to making a procedural mistake before seizing Kim Dotcom's possessions.
The Book of Kells inspired this year's artist -- and Google renews its invitation to students to submit their own doodles for future use.
Attention comes with the territory for the wildly successful consumer electronics maker, but the episode also shows the dangers of when you hit too high and miss.
New drawings show the landscaping at the Cupertino, California campus will be extensive.
Here are answers to burning questions such as when pre-orders will be available, which mobile carriers will offer service on the device, and what it is going to be called.
The website M.I.C. Gadget has gotten its hands on what it says is a pile of iPad 3 components.
Researchers at Cornell University found that hearing half of someone's conversation distracts people and can actually lower their cognitive ability.
The feature will apparently be personalized and make use of Google's data collection regarding how people behave online.
It's a mind-boggling number, especially when you consider the world's population is now at 7 billion.
Proactively managing your online persona is a must if you're serious about your career.
An unusual decree by a judge in a divorce case raises the issue about what's appropriate, and what's not, on social networks.
Governments can put up all the roadblocks they want to keep their people from communicating freely, but crafty technology buffs often find a way to break through those barriers.
Dropbox, Box and others announce enhancements such as automatic uploads and free storage to lure you onto their particular cloud.
Cash rich, chummy with would-be rivals, and selling lots of gadgets, all seems right in the world of this consumer electronics powerhouse these days.