Thin-client maker Pano Logic has shut its doors without informing customers.
Would-be author undeterred, vows to try again.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation warns of a slippery slope from a bogus copyright action involving two roommates.
Here's a look back at the most memorable events and products from 1987.
Last week I posted to Buzzblog a list of the 50 best "bragging rights" claimed by users of Google+.
The latest social-media darling isn't setting everyone's heart aflutter.
Produced by Apple employees in 1985, tribute was first widely circulated after Jobs died.
Lack of follow-through on promise to sever ties causes consternation
Proceeds from the fund-raiser will go toward more servers, additional site functionality and mobile services.
Lots of lawsuits against developers are symptomatic of a larger problem.
Analysis: Let's cut to the chase: This is really about whether Facebook and the new kid on the block, Google+, should require users to use their real names.
Pilots, preachers, politicians and football teams among those taking the plunge with the Apple iPad tablet.
Ranging from the run-of-the-mill million to an astonishing 15 billion, and all just from the past month.
Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles isn't laughing over the LMAOATU license plate, but its owners are appealing a decision to remove it.
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