'Assembled in China' is just the beginning.
Your laptop will get less spacesick than you.
Remember the go-go days of the 1990s, when dot-com domain names based on ordinary nouns and verbs were snapped up by hopeful companies? Here's a look at five very generic domain names, and where they've been.
Many obsolete technologies persist from less ancient times to today. A brief tour through these technological fossils offers a lesson on the durability of items we may consider ephemeral.
Is tech the last refuge from Democrat-Republican bickering?
What dark powers do geeks turn to in times of need?
Sometimes you build it, but they don't come. Here's a list of duds with potential, good intentions, and occasionally a legacy.
A fun and quick list of ways you can screw up your life via social networking sites, while still walking the streets a free man or woman.
Flops and vapor: 9 ways Microsoft tried and failed to rule mobile.
Everybody loves the underdog -- until it comes out on top.
These true-to-life IT types will make America forget that they ever heard of "JWoww."
How much hardware do you have hidden in your home's nooks and crannies?
Recent smartphone battles are just the latest times the software patent is the weapon of choice.
A rogues' gallery of Facebook-themed crime stories: some announced via Facebook, some cheered on -- and some solved!
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