The maker of a social browser maker is changing its focus to provide a Web interface with many social aspects and a way to organize what users see and do online from their desktops.
A German programmer has demonstrated on a simulator an exploit that he says can take control of an aircraft's navigational system, but the Federal Aviation Administration says the exploit won't work on a real jet.
A patent lawsuit filed by New Jersey-based StrikeForce challenges two-factor authentication technology used by PhoneFactor, a company acquired by Microsoft last October.
New York networks threaten to stop broadcasts if streaming service Aereo isn't shut down.
Federal judges on two coasts disagree on legality of streaming of live broadcast TV on Internet.
Many large companies report to the SEC that Internet intruders cause little damage to their operations.
Researchers seek to raise $25,000 by May 14 to produce a dome-format movie made with real 3D images of the brain that will search for the biological reasons we need to go where no one has gone before.
A website used for searching for entertainment content—much of it pirated—is appealing a case it lost last month to Hollywood copyright-holders.
Whether its due to the operating system or the sluggish overall state of PC sales, Ivy Bridge-equipped Windows 8 laptops are selling for dirt cheap these days.
Subscribers to the closing BlackBerry music service will get Rdio music service free for 30 days.
Experimental engine for next Web coming to Android, ARM processors
Allied Electronics, which distributes the single-board computer in the United States, posted a notice on its website saying that it's exhausted its limited supply and won't take backorders at this time.
Google is apparently experimenting with ways to unify its disparate communication services, but will a single solution give Google too much power?