Less than a year after launching Facebook Gifts, the social network is dropping physical items from the selection and focusing on gift cards, primarily its own.
Massage therapy gets automated with the WheeMe robot, which promises to caress and tickle as its wheels and small rotor run over your back.
A roundup of mobile security products introduced at a MobileCon event include software from Symantec, Strikeforce, NQ Mobile, and SecureAuth.
Microsoft's secret social networking project is glimpsed, and a Native American tribe wants to know why Microsoft is using its name.
"The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" tells tales of Apple and of the Chinese workers behind its iGadgets.
The company has called for FBI help evaluating the security breach that has shut down PSN for 10 days and counting.
Founder Huffington will oversee a new AOL division encompassing a broad swath of consumer sites, push local coverage, video, and other projects.
For anyone not deterred by the product's awkward Gen Y-focused marketing, Clearwire's Puck is a sturdy and reliable 4G hotspot with no contract required.
The whole bushel of apples doesn't come from Cupertino, despite the tech company's possessiveness.
It doesn't always pay to be an early adopter, as I battle Clearwire's robocalling army pushing an upgrade that occurred months ago.
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