As a campaign against child predators online, Congress is considering bills ordering any Wi-Fi hotspot to retain Internet user data for up to two years.
Site offers a (very) limited collection of videos for download so you can watch them offline.
Microsoft and Rockstar team to promote GTA expansion, including a sampling of Xbox Live service.
With so many people unprepared for the switch to digital TV signals, the government did the right thing.
MySpace isn't matching Facebook's rapid growth in new members and could lose its crown as the leading social networking site.
Supreme Court won't hear appeals against banning the Child Online Protection Act.
GeoEye offers a gallery of downloadable satellite images capturing the inauguration day scene of an overflowing mall.
New study finds that many adults are using the sites, too--and you may be surprised to find out which social networking sites they're using.
CableHack.net says it sells the modems for educational use only, but a lawsuit claims the seller is actually promoting them as a way to steal Internet access.
Facebook app will give you a coupon for a free whopper--if you drop some of your friends.
As more of us opt to deal with ISPs and virtual shopping carts over brick-and-mortar storefronts, customer satisfaction becomes a priority for online retailers.
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