Researchers at the University of Mississippi reported that many of the substances PC World purchased online can be toxic.
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.
Some researchers argue against criminalizing the psychedelic, saying that it could help treat various ailments, including cancer, HIV, and addiction.
In a letter Wednesday to Apple employees Apple CES Steve Jobs said he would step down temporarily for health reasons.
Apple's CEO addresses health concerns in an open letter to the Apple community.
Ziff Davis will cease publication of the print edition of PC Magazine in an effort to redouble online efforts.
Microsoft has unveiled several new and revised Windows Live web services, offering tools for managing all aspects of your digital life including accounts at several popular social networking and community sites.
Circuit City will close 155 of its retail stores. Is this the beginning of the end for the consumer electronics giant?
Google introduced a Gmail feature that lets you create a library of canned responses for e-mail. Here is how to create customized auto-replies using the new feature.
If Google wants its Android-based phones to unseat Apple's iPhone as the top touch-screen handsets, it will have to offer cool apps. On the G1, T-Mobile customers will be the first to check out about 50 available applications. T-Mobile says that all apps are free until 2009. Here's a look at some of them.
We find a lot to like in Apple's new laptop lineup--faster graphics chip sets, a sturdy new aluminum chassis, multitouch trackpads, and new solid-state hard-drive options. Here is a look at what's new.