If status updates, check-ins, photos, and videos aren't enough for you, Facebook Timeline now lets you tell your life story your way.
Yahoo fires Carol Bartz over the phone, while three major egos duke it out at AOL. This hasn't been the Web's proudest week
Google knew it was breaking U.S. laws by running ads for foreign pharmaceuticals--and did it anyway. What else have the Googlers been lying about?
Patent battles between Apple, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, and more are dragging down the tech industry. It's time to end the madness
If PCs are allegedly dead, then so are tablets. Also dead: clocks, radios, and sundials.
Analysis: This year's Defcon and Black Hat conferences show that hacking has gone mainstream. But some digital deviants still need to get spanked
A new survey suggests that IE users are the dumbest of the dumb. Cringely is trying hard not to say 'I told you so'
An anti-Washington tweet storm flooded Twitter this weekend. Could a Twitter revolution over here grow into a real one?
Analysis: The king of cheap Internet content is trying to shut down a critical blog written by ex-employees. Is it possible for Demand to stoop any lower?
Aaron Swartz and 16 members of Anonymous may be in handcuffs, but these alleged cyber perps are far from the worst
When engineers are driving the bus, the rest of us are likely to get run over -- that's the real problem with Google, Facebook, and Microsoft
Watch out, torrent fans: ISPs have teamed up with the RIAA and MPAA to fight file swapping and throttle your Net connection
Google's new 'Facebook killer' is impressive in demo form, but the Web might not be big enough for another social network
Want to embed a copyrighted video on your website? A new Senate bill would make that a felony