Facebook is worth gazillions -- or it will be after its IPO. But you may be surprised by your value as a cash cow for the company.
Which tech giant's name is synonymous with comic futility?
As current exec's lie is exposed, Yahoo could have to ready its revolving door of CEOs for another spin.
Google admits it knowingly gathered sensitive data from unprotected Wi-Fi networks with Street View and did nothing to stop it. The FCC fine: Pocket change.
The two tech giants are slugging it out over Java in a San Francisco courtroom, but it's hardly the Greatest Show on Earth.
Google's dreamy vision of augmented reality could easily turn into a privacy nightmare.
Hackers and insiders figure prominently in new reports on 2011's data breaches. Either way, your data is fair game.
Remote support company iYogi was caught using scare tactics to sell its services to naive customers. Can it win back our trust?
It didn't end with SOPA. Now it's time to stop the next phase of the RIAA, MPAA, and content cartel's war on downloaders.
In time for leap day, Windows 8 Consumer Preview garners early positive reviews, but we're a long way before it lands.
Ex-TechCrunch editors scold tech bloggers for pageview plays, sensationalism, and shoddy standards. Sound familiar?
FBI disclosures about Steve Jobs and Occupy Apple protests take their toll on the tech giant's reputation -- though not its sales.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and every other data-sucking Web giant should be forced to reveal exactly what data they collect about us -- before it's too late.
Twitter has announced that it will allow governments to censor some (but not all) tweets. Did they really have any other choice?
Anti-piracy laws too flawed? Send the Feds to bust some heads. One way or another, Hollywood will get Uncle Sam to do their dirty work.