Google says it received 3,846 requests from governments around the globe asking for takedowns between January and June 2013, a 68 percent increase from requests during the second half of 2012.
You complained, Yahoo listened. Tabs are back, but in a different look than before.
IFixit got its grubby paws on one of Valve's Steam machine prototypes, and liked what they found inside.
You're going to need a new TV to see Kevin Spacey scheme in glorious pixel-packed 4K resolution.
Oh, there were a lot of new hardware products and services, too.
A mere week after launching a new direct calling service, Viber is expanding yet again.
All of Windows' customization options, all in one place.
But expect to reach deep into your pocket to bask in the pixel-packed goodness.
Amazon really, REALLY wants to get a Kindle Fire tablet in your hands, and it's no wonder why: Kindle owners spend gobs of cash on Amazon.com.
Bing's search results are now closer to what you'd expect from Google. And in some cases, Bing now turns up data that Google doesn't.
The Great Yahoo Mail Outage of 2013 is almost over, but IMAP and undelivered mail still plague the service.
You can now tinker with Google Sheets spreadsheets away from the web. FINALLY.
The NSA is using browser cookies to track the online activities of specific targets, according to the latest Edward Snowden leak.
Viber's new low-cost phone calling option is a steal if you're dialing phones in the U.S., but do you homework if you're making international calls.
If you've got an Android phone, you can create your own personal 360-degree Street View.