The search giant's slate could bring some needed order to the market--or could greatly add to the present confusion.
10 Downing Street, others hit with distributed denial of service attack in a protest against hacker extraditions.
Anonymous hackers straddle the roles of prankster and protester, pose little risk to national security but contribute to creativity and innovation online, a Harvard researcher writes.
More energy is spent on user tracking, GPS, and other functions than your game play, researchers find.
Facebook's app for iOS and Android devices doesn't encrypt your login credentials, making them a sitting duck for bad apps or a poisoned USB connection.
Nielsen poll shows social media buzz influences election results but not voter turnout.
The service settles charges that it deceptively collected info on users with its toolbar.
Credit card numbers take up permanent residence on hard drive, say researchers.
The legal team for Paul D. Ceglia, who claims to own at least 50% of the social network, is expected Wednesday to present its discovery plan in court related to evidence in the case.
Deal-finder site reports it's a good month for buyers of 55-inch TVs, Lapzillas, and ultrabooks.
The current CEO draws a 97 percent approval rating among the troops, but the real test of leadership and vision lies ahead.
Devices running Android will see their share grow to a market-leading 31.1 percent in 2016, up from 29.4 percent in 2011, according to an IDC report.
Popular notetaking software now turns talk into type.
Online social gaming site RockYou has agreed to pay $250,000 in civil penalties and make other concessions after a 2009 data breach that exposed the information of over 32 million users.
A survey from Parks Associates found that only 37 percent of respondents said they would like Siri for their TVs.