Readers serve up strong opinions on Apple and Adobe, Facebook and privacy, and Obama and tech.
The uber CEO is at it again, engaging in flame email wars with bloggers over the iPad, Flash, and Apple's quest for total control.
After being thoroughly spanked for its privacy sins, Facebook may finally be ready to listen to its users.
Buckle your seat belts, Cringe fans, it's time for more Obama drama.
The backlash against Facebook's new anti-privacy policies is only getting stronger. It's time for the social network to respond.
More evidence that Apple is the new Microsoft: It may be on the verge of getting investigated by Uncle Sam for antitrust violations.
This week in high-tech hijinks: The iPhone 4G rogue is exposed, Steve Jobs goes medieval on Adobe, and Microsoft kills the Courier.
Have you heard the news? Passing Net neutrality rules will result in the loss of 340,000 jobs in the broadband industry and up to 1.5 million jobs overall by 2020.
Analysis: Deconstructing Facebook's latest gutsy moves to infiltrate and influence your life.
Like cockroaches, your tweets will never die, thanks to efforts by Google and the Library of Congress to archive all of Twitter.
Apple's CEO rules iPhone development with an iron fist and his arrogance knows no bounds. But a palace rebellion may be brewing.
Microsoft's two new slider cell phones, the Kin One and Kin Two--successors to the beloved but aging-faster-than-Mickey-Rourke Sidekick--aren't enough to get excited about.
The National Broadband Plan and Net neutrality are in jeopardy after a federal court ruled the FCC can't regulate ISPs.