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.
Last week I posted to Buzzblog a list of the 50 best "bragging rights" claimed by users of Google+.
It would seem the missing iPhone prototype wasn't "priceless," after all.
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.
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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