The big publishers lock down their e-books to their own detriment, according to a new study.
Edward Snowden has some plans for the future and they include making privacy and encryption tools easier to use.
Looking to cycle through your apps or just get a more standard right-click context menu? There are a few shortcuts for that.
Dropbox may be popular, but Snowden is no fan of the file sync service.
Verizon says Netflix isn't buying enough bandwidth to deliver its streaming video to Verizon customers. But a major Internet backbone provider says that's just not the case.
You still need an appointment, but anyone in the U.S. is welcome to try out Glass for free in New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco.
Want to know how much your stash of Bitcoin is worth? Google it!
Sites that rely heavily on Flash elements will soon be flagged in mobile Google searches.
It's not just dissidents looking for anoymous email, but everyday people who'd rather not reveal their true identity.
Chromebooks are all the rage among businesses and large institutions looking to buy notebooks.
Well, that didn't take long.
You've used the BitTorrent protocol to grab Linux distributions and pirated movies. Now the company behind the protocol hopes you'll pay for your next torrent download.
A new model of the Raspberry Pi is out, but it's not Raspberry Pi 2. Instead, it's the final revision to the old board packed with four USB ports.
Netflix and Verizon reached an interconnection deal in April. But while the companies put their plan into action, many subscribers are still complaining about poor streaming speeds.
Your PC may not have a lot of RAM, processor speed, or hard drive space, but often you can still speed up your computer by limiting the apps that start-up at boot.
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