Government oversight agencies are asking technology companies to justify their actions in the interest of consumers. A bad thing?
Facebook now offers a "lite" version for those with slow Internet access or who are simply tired of the clutter.
Tired of the sensory overload of what Facebook has become? Check out the streamlined edition.
Is it the laws of physics or of profit that prevent widespread high-speed Internet services?
U.S. Homeland Security agents still can seize your digital gear, so here's how to travel without losing everything.
A French blog is showing off latest purported prototype of the mythical Apple Tablet.
FCC investigation into the rejection of Google Voice from the App Store brings up old questions of favoritism and propriety.
Verizon is cranking on its 4G network, but perhaps it's not in an effort to support the iPhone, but another Apple product.
Player demand taxes the servers and the development team squashes some last-minute bugs.
Searching for a Pre in the 'City of Subdued Excitement' proved a bit of an adventure.