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The co-chairman of the Ohio Green Party and editor of FreePress.org, Bob Fitrakis, on Monday filed a federal lawsuit over software that was allegedly installed on central vote tabulation machines.
Microsoft's Build conference is coming. Will developers stick with Microsoft as it moves forward with its new platforms? Will cool new apps come to Windows? Build holds the clues.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Thursday launched Windows 8, its new OS, in a glossy press event in New York City. Company officials discussed Windows 8’s touchable interface on new PCs and mentioned, but didn't go into depth, on Win 8 apps and the Microsoft Store.
The next seven days offer a slew of mobile product announcements and releases, ranging from Apple's anticipated iPad Mini to Microsoft's first tablet, refreshes from Samsung and Google, and a promotion of the first Windows 8 devices.
Silicon Valley firms dominate a list of the companies with the best perks. Here are five top tech firms with great benefits.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance.
Peter "brokep" Sunde and Fredrik "tiamo" Neij were supposed to give a talk at the event
The hosting service is offering across-the-board discounts to its customers as an apology for an outage that lasted several hours this week.
Intel demonstrated a new technology Thursday that promises to rid computers many connectors and cables.
Dallas law enforcement authorities have arrested self-professed Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown in what appears to have been a dramatic raid of his apartment late Wednesday night.
Web services are quickly replacing desktop programs for routine tasks such as editing an image, creating a spreadsheet, or maintaining someone else’s computer.
The Copyright Alert System has been plagued by a series of delays. It was originally scheduled to launch in December 2011.
University of Pennsylvania researchers are touting their creation of an all-optical switch that uses nanowires to transmit and process information using light pulses rather than electricity.
In the presidential campaign, cybersecurity and Internet freedom won't get top billing as the candidates spar over their plans for creating jobs and cutting deficits, but the two major parties have included positions on several technology policy issues in the platforms ratified at their recent conventions.
The revamp transforms the service’s mobile offerings into a richer, full-blown competitor to other online storage services.