Despite setting viewing records, the TV network's overall Olympic efforts are being roundly blasted on the Net.
The touch-responsive hardware is designed for use with Windows 8 and tablets.
Amazon is as tight-lipped about a refresh of Fire as Apple is about its products, but a growing consensus among forecasters suggests the company is ready to compete directly with the iPad.
Hotel locks, iris scans, GooglePlay and other "secure" technologies are cracked in demonstrations at the security conference.
The social network site isn't likely to enter the hardware business -- right now, anyway, its CEO insists.
A report from a security firm says the social networking site's popularity makes it a prime target.
A new number cruncher pops up when calculations are performed in the Google search box.
It remains to be seen whether this move by Google will clean up the discourse in the comments section.
Despite Apple's legal challenge and hints of a new iPhone, Samsung's smartphone is selling at rate of 190,000 units every day.
Next version will improve memory management for users of add-ons and support Opus audio, developers say.
Twitter again played its role as a fast source of information and to convey the human story -- but
Now anyone can play with nightly builds of Mozilla's mobile operating system, which is still in development.
A British judge orders Apple to post notices on its U.K. website and in British newspapers that Samsung didn't rip off the iPad design.
Banking and other information from secure sites will no longer be displayed for all to see.
The latest version of Firefox protects your Google search queries from hackers, but not from advertisers.