Retailers are wary of "showrooming," which refers to customers visiting brick-and-mortar retail outlets only for a hands-on look at merchandise, which they then buy cheaper online. To fight this, some retailers are offering discounts for buying in person and promoting sales staff expertise.
Facebook confirmed it has patched a security hole related to its phone number search.
Pandora founder says Internet radio licensing fees are too expensive, thanks to the RIAA.
An adult movie studio and five anonymous alleged copyright infringers will present their respective cases to court in a bellwether trial
Worldcam is a great way to see inside places that are otherwise restricted and/or difficult to access.
Unless you're looking for something very specific, such as an attractive exterior or serious processing power, the 15R is a great choice for budget-conscious shoppers.
Google Wallet for content will let people pay for access to web articles using the Google Wallet mobile payment system
This extremely lightweight Ultrabook boasts solid overall performance, but poor usability.
This laptop looks like a hulking desktop replacement, but its components and price say it's really a budget PC.
A new California law prohibits employers and universities from requiring or requesting social media log-in information from employees, potential employees, students, potential students, and student groups.
An ECPA reform act and a Global Free Internet Act aim to protect online innovation, user privacy, and free speech.
Some Facebook users thought their private messages were appearing on their walls. Turns out those were just old wall posts they'd forgotten about.
Hackers are everywhere, but they tend to be a bit lazy. By following a few key security measures, you can greatly reduce your risk of being victimized by a life-changing exploit.
Kickstarter is afraid of being seen as a "store," rather than a crowd-funding platform for projects that haven't yet come to fruition.