Dying storage dot-coms can make precious images or business data vanish overnight. Here's how to protect yourself.
Here is a look at Amazon's new Kindle DX, a larger version of the e-book reader, designed to accommodate newspapers and textbooks.
Microsoft has updated its Office 2007 suite with improvements to Outlook, Excel, and SharePoint Server.
Google tries to guess what you're searching for with Google Suggest, but some of its suggestions are downright weird.
With the unblinking eye of Google's Street Views, anyone can be a virtual rubbernecker. And some of the things you can spot using the service are downright unexplainable.
Twitter is raising its profile as it preps for premium paid accounts with new tools to lure more Twits.
Facebook introduces Facebook Principals that will allow users to vote on key issues that impact user privacy.
Facebook has alerted the media that at 11 AM PT Thursday it will hold a press conference to address user privacy concerns.
Google takes a deep-sea plunge with Google Earth 5 beta, which adds a new feature called Google Ocean. With this introduction to the mapping software, you can travel far below the surface to spot shipwrecks, track the movements of great white sharks, and wander the ocean floor--no scuba equipment required.
The Internet has become a rapidly growing supermarket for herbs, mushrooms and other substances that will get you high-but may also make you very sick.
Here's a closer look at psychoactive substances for sale online, from mushrooms, tinctures, and teas to smokes, powders, and seeds.
Researchers at the University of Mississippi reported that many of the substances PC World purchased online can be toxic.