Digital delinquents like LulzSec are running amok on the InterWebs, with no end in sight -- better get used to it
The PBS attack and Tupac report may seem like fun and games, but the joke could be on hackers if the Pentagon has its way
The PBS attack and Tupac report may seem like fun and games, but the joke could be on hackers if the Pentagon has its way.
Apple took more than three weeks to acknowledge the Mac Defender malware and offer a solution. That's three weeks too long
Fortune magazine's inside look at Apple opens up the company's operations -- and introduces a new way of spreading news on the Web
Analysis: Ethics, schmethics! AOL/TechCrunch's Michael Arrington doesn't need your stinking rules -- so do you need his stinking stories?
The arrival of the white iPhone--and Apple's response to questions about iPhone location snooping--have Steve Jobs's reality distortion field working overtime.
They know where you texted last summer and where you ate last night, thanks to location data on your smartphone. Who else are Google and Apple sharing your data with?
Walker Digital is playing our patent system like a fiddle with its lawsuits against Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and more
Do you use Bit.ly, Ow.ly, or Tru.ly? You may be in cahoots with Libya's Moammar "Goon" Gadhafi
Analysis: The Department of Homeland Security plans to issue terror alerts via Facebook and Twitter. Is Cringely the only one who thinks this may be a bad idea?
Google's decision to build out a superfast network in Kansas City is just the beginning. Soon we may all be living La Vida Google
AT&T intends to swallow T-Mobile for $39 billion -- so much for decent call quality, customer service, and low-cost data plans
A feud between 'sister' sites TechCrunch and Moviefone raises questions over who owns the media and how it's manipulated
4chan founder Chris Poole tries to stick it to Mark Zuckerberg with a new, anonymous online community called Canvas