A consumer rights group has created a cartoon showing Google CEO Schmidt as an child-baiting ice cream truck driver and put it on a billboard in Times Square. Who's being evil here?
Adobe Flash cookies are at the heart of three federal lawsuits that allege they violate your privacy and help advertisers track you across the Web.
Google watches as you type in search words and displays "live" results in real time -- in this search experiment, we're all guinea pigs.
Microsoft needs better products -- not ill-advised marketing campaigns or promotional websites -- to truly challenge Apple.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd taken down by a sex scandal? Next we'll find out that Steve Jobs is really a woman.
Analysis: Talks by Google and Verizon raise worries among net neutrality advocates even as the FCC shifts its stance.
A day after RIM debuted its latest entry in the it's-not-an-iPhone-but-an-amazing-facsimile contest, the BlackBerry Torch 9800, it got a kick in the keister from Saudi Arabia.
Beware of third-party smartphone apps that steal your data, according to a recent report.
Analysis: Ballmer backpedals on tablet talk; can Microsoft imitate Apple once again?
WikiLeaks' work with the New York Times, the Guardian, and Der Spiegel also points to future of Web journalism.
Even as Facebook welcomes its 500 millionth member, it faces a lawsuit claiming ownership of 84 percent of the social network.
Apple released an explanation for its iPhone 4 reception problems, but no real solutions. Is anyone surprised?
Apple's hype machine was in overdrive at this week's WWDC, but it's not the only tech company stretching the truth.
Yesterday Steve Ballmer beheaded his president of his president of entertainment and devices, 22-year veteran Microsoftie Robbie Bach. Bach's top design guy, J Allard, went with him.