Phablets? Stablets? Fliplets? Windows 8 tablets gird against Apple onslaught with pens, snap-in keyboards, kitchen sink.
Wireless giant says it can do whatever it pleases with preloaded apps, Net neutrality and ticked-off customers be damned.
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks may grab all the headlines, but Cryptome's John Young is the Internet's real crusader for truth.
Fictional Apple screws, phony New York Times editorials, bogus sources -- is anything on the Net not a fake?
Google's new algorithm targets torrents sites -- and opens the door to bogus copyright claims. Chalk one up for content cartel!
So you think you can salvage Windows 8 Metro? Then join Cringely as he proposes new names for the upcoming OS.
Hackers turned Mat Honan's life upside down last week -- with a big helping hand from the two tech giants.
Wacky claims aside, Cringely says patent trial affects more than iPads, iPhones -- the whole notion of tech innovation is at stake.
Fakebook? Facebots? Either way, Facebook needs to address its 83 million fake accounts, many linked to click fraud, before its reputation slides further.
Analysis: Be forewarned, Facebook: When tech companies screw customers, tech companies die. See Zynga and Digg for proof.
Google wants to usher in a kindler, gentler Web, starting with YouTube comments. Cringely sees a long, bumpy road ahead.
Hold the phone, Internet, before deciding whether Microsoft has engineered a backdoor to allow Skype wiretaps.
Digital activists unite to fight Internet evil; whether they turn out to be superheroes or superzeros remains to be seen.
What do you do when you've stolen content from someone else's website? If you're FunnyJunk.com, you sue them for defamation when they call you a thief.
As the massive IPO nears, Cringely wonders which Facebook will eventually prevail: the groundbreaking social network or the privacy-averse data siphon.
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