In a memo, Microsoft's Ray Ozzie depicts a world without Windows -- maybe that's why he's looking for a new job?
Data mining companies like Rapleaf exist to build profiles of Web surfers. They know more than you think--or privacy policies allow--and it's high time for this data siphoning to end.
Candidates left and right are using Twitter, Facebook, and other social media to promote their campaigns -- and proving what utter tools they are in the process
You'd think grown men would have better things to do than squabble like rabid squirrels fighting over a Brazil nut.
Apple's new patent may stop you from sending sexy texts over your iPhone, but will it really work?
Apple's new patent may stop you from sending sexy texts over your iPhone -- but will it really work?
A TechCrunch blogger took me to the virtual woodshed for some unkind things I wrote about AOL's acquisition of TechCrunch last week so now I fire back.
Facebook's origin tale is inspiring the kind of debate usually reserved for its privacy violations -- but have we seen the real Mark Zuckerberg?
What do you get when you mix a tottering giant from the InterWebs' formative years with the new breed of post-first-ask-questions-later news blogs? We're about...
Your Internet privacy could go the way of the dodo, if the feds enact laws to snoop on Skype chats and Facebook messages
The social network is all over the news -- and not always in a good light. Cringe says it's time for a new hoodie in chief
Twitter's new look is aimed at people who'd rather read than tweet.
Google's debut of its Instant "predictive search" product last week rubbed some people the wrong way.
Craigslist's decision to 'censor' its adult services ads just throws gasoline on the flames. But is this fire really necessary or a cheap political publicity stunt?