Irene is walloping the Web along with the Atlantic seaboard, but a wealth of resources can be found online.
Borges was a pioneer in the genre of magical realism and he also imagined some of the foundational concepts of the Internet.
HP's tablets are flying off the shelves, so here are a few more places to keep an eye on to find a great deal.
Hewlett-Packard says it will discontinue its mobile WebOS division and is considering spinning off its personal-computer business and buying software maker Autonomy for $10 billion.
The class-action suit against Apple stems from the revelations that the iPhone tracks and stores data about users' movements and sends the anonymous information to Apple servers.
From a Google TV we actually care about to Google Bluetooth and GPS, the acquisition opens up a new world of possibility.
A woman sues Google for bad directions, another claims she's allergic to Pentium processors. These are real lawsuits from our tech-obsessed 21st century. We sifted through the dockets to find ten examples of weird litigation.
The latest rumor gives a specific date for Apple's next media event, supposedly to release its new line of iPods, and perhaps the iPhone 5.
A line of phones that come with Dr. Dre's Beats high-end headphones could be in Best Buy this fall.
The video announcing the purported operation is far lower in production value than other Anonymous videos, leading me to believe that it's fake.
The tablet is rumored to run on a modified version of Android and it is expected to be offered for free or at a low cost as an incentive to sign up for extended newspaper subscriptions.
Findings presented at psychology conference say narcissism, anxiety, and stomach aches can result from too much social networking.
A clean new design and more keyboard shortcuts are available, if you know where to look.