New piracy warnings will take 20 seconds to view when launching a movie, and won't allow circumvention.
The wireless carrier hopes to have iPhone 3G support in major markets by the fourth quarter, with a 4G LTE network launch in 2013.
The settlement ends an FTC investigation arising from a complaint that Myspace shared personal information without first asking for permission from users.
Action Links are subtle, under-the-radar changes for Facebook users. The feature is aimed more at developers.
Barnes & Noble cuts prices on its basic e-readers by up to 20% as Mother's Day approaches.
Hulu may be switching to an authentication model, requiring users have a cable/satellite subscription in order to access the company's streaming content.
Google tributes the father of the modern zipper with a Google doodle that bares all.
Unexpected update to the world's most popular drawing app/game adds social network sharing, 'undo' and picture-saving options
Is Wal-Mart's new disc-to-digital conversion program worth its price? We investigate.
Instagram sold to Facebook for $1 billion, irking longtime users--here's how to gather up your photos and run.
Ivy Bridge is Intel's codename for its follow-up to the Sandy Bridge processor family.
Free Time Machines in three major U.S. cities deliver "time" instead of cash as company tries to spin new Windows Phones as more efficient time-savers.
People who read e-books say they spend more time reading in general, according to study.
Google says new movies will be $3.99 and older ones $2.99, and that most rentals will be for 24 hours.
Samsung will sell an estimated 41 million units this quarter, compared with 32.6 million for Apple, according to an analyst.
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