After clicking the service's Deactivate Account link, I was bombarded by a last-ditch effort by Facebook to talk me out of saying goodbye, even temporarily.
Even though there wasn't a lot of brand-new news - Microsoft started showing off the OS months ago, and some of the hardware news had leaked - there was still lots to chew on.
Google isn't the first to dream of self-piloted cars. Early seeds of the idea date back to 1933.
Analysis: Logitech is releasing a Swiss Army Knife of a product into a market otherwise mostly populated by less versatile kitchen knives.
Despite Facebook's glowing promise of "more control," the new Groups feature fails to do exactly that.
Yahoo has rolled out some search improvements, including an “Accordion” box at the top of some search results. Not bad!
The device lets you charge phones by plopping them on a mat rather than plugging in a cable -- and it's an improvement over other inductive set-ups like the Powermat.
Could the apparent demise of Qualcomm's FLO TV service suggest standalone mobile gadgets are endangered species.
Analysis: Apple may be testing touch input again; here's what we'd like to know.
Analysis: Fast and loose figures are causing some confusion over the number of users affected by Microsoft's decision to shutter Spaces.
Google's Flintsones tribute earlier this week has sparked a concern for Bedrock's enforcement of vehicular child safety laws.
Some argue Microsoft is experiencing a renaissance of sorts with the success of Windows 7, Internet Explorer, and Office Web Apps. Could it be?