Two middle-aged guys sit down for a cup of coffee, and people start acting like they just saw Brad and Angelina at Starbucks. What's the big deal?
Analysis: Events continue to unfold in the Google-China soap opera and the campaign against censorship.
From YouTube outages to Google corporate pages displaying in Chinese, the fallout from Google's recent decision is getting ugly fast.
High school's Webcam woes make one thing clear: Technology can come back to bite you in the behind — and take a bite out of your wallet.
In the ultimate Silicon Valley soap opera, mud flies as court documents reveal the details of Viacom's copyright infringement suit against YouTube.
It seems U.S. law enforcement wants to be your friend on Facebook, Twitter, etc. The good news? Personal privacy may actually be making a comeback.
A leaked document reveals a strategy by the U.S. Army to hack the whistle-blowing Web site and take it down.
Can you say "quality control"? If so, you're one up on online retailer Newegg, caught selling bogus Intel i7-920 processors.
Sometimes even I am blown away by how mind-numbingly stupid people can be when it comes to technology.
The backlash over Google Buzz reveals an even bigger problem: The people behind the people's search engine are deeply out of touch.
I wake up each morning with the same mix of hope and dread. I hope Google will buy me for a princely sum and allow me to retire to some sandy beach.
We have interrupted our nonstop coverage of Apple iPad mania to bring you this important word about the freedom of information -- more specifically...