The tech world moves so fast that you've probably forgotten about at least some of the big flops that have already happened this year. Here's a quick rundown to keep you in the loop.
Netflix settles class-action privacy lawsuit and agrees to delete data showing past customers' movie rental history.
Once again, lawmakers just don't seem to get the Internet.
This somewhat cheap gaming laptop has unimpressive performance and awful speakers, but it offers a beautiful screen.
Netflix's video player finally looks like it was designed for the 21st century.
Do Facebook ads work? Apparently…not really.
The digest is a change of direction for Twitter, whose main draw is its ability to relay information quickly and in real time.
Sony's 46-inch Bravia KDL-46EX523 is a fairly basic 46-inch LED-backlit 1080p HDTV with Wi-Fi connectivity, built-in apps, and decent image quality.
Facebook's app store isn't really about selling apps. It's about promoting social apps that use a Facebook login, and promoting Facebook as a platform in general.
Social reader apps are basically the digital equivalent of inviting people to read over your shoulder, so it's good riddance to them.
The EON17-S is bulky, heavy, and generic-looking, but it's an excellent performer.
Google is laying down fiber in Kansas City, and Hollywood is worried about one thing only: movie piracy.
These high-tech watches put some swagger into your inner geek.
The head of Mozilla's Privacy and Public Policy Department said the measure before Congress goes far beyond Internet security.