The bill wants the search engines to pay for utilizing copyrighted material because they reproduce headlines and paragraphs of news stories.
This is the perfect computer for people who care about looks and price, but not processor speed.
The Canadian M5 offers better application performance than its American counterpart, but video playback and gaming suffer.
Thanks to the Khan Academy, future programmers can get a free kick-start online.
Anton Vickerman became the first British citizen in the United Kingdom to be jailed for operating a website that linked to pirated material.
AMD-powered ultraportable laptop is as thin and light as an Ultrabook, but can't match the performance of its Intel-based rivals.
You no longer need an invitation to join social networking site Pinterest.
Starbucks will begin processing all debit and credit card transactions with Square, and will invest $25 million in the startup.
This business-oriented Ultrabook has a dim screen and a quiet headphone jack—not ideal for on-the-go users.
Users must sign up for a special Bingo Friendzy account, which requires the user's e-mail address and physical address.
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Here's a huge, powerful desktop replacement laptop at a surprisingly affordable price.
A new Facebook app lets users share protected, un-shareable photos on Facebook.
The FCC has determined that Verizon is not allowed to prevent its customers from downloading third-party tethering apps and circumventing the carrier's extra $20 tethering charge.