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Beyoncé bumped Kim Kardashian from the top spot atop from Microsoft's list of the most-searched celebs on its Bing search engine.
Called Prime Air, Amazon's service will be powered by drones and will be ready from a technology standpoint as soon as necessary regulations are in place.
Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com said Sunday the company plans to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less to customers by using unmanned aerial vehicles, perhaps as early as 2015.
HealthCare.gov, the troubled insurance-shopping website launched in October by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is now working well for most users, officials said Sunday.
Holiday e-commerce is expected to jump as much as 17 percent this year over 2012, and much of the action will come from mobile devices.
Online rebate sites like Ebates and Swagbucks will give you a small percentage of your online purchases back in cash or gift cards, but you must jump through some hoops first.
The browser-based version of Xbox Video is now live, but Microsoft's using it to herd you towards Windows 8 and the Xbox One.
Wikimedia has to delete passages in Wikipedia articles if they turn out to be false, the court said.
Whether beautiful, fast, useful, or just plain fun, this is tech we can all appreciate.
TV news anchor Katie Couric is the latest high profile journalist to join Yahoo's staff.
Ever gotten an email offering to pay you to publish links on your blog? This black hat SEO trick could get you in hot water with search engines
If you don't like YouTube's move to Google+ comments, you'll love AdBlock Plus's latest banhammer.
Microsoft's search engine is integrating TripAdvisor data into its search results, stepping up the search competition with Google.
If you ever wanted to explore Rivendell or battle the monsters of Trollshaw Forest or Dol Guldur, now's you're chance.
Wikimedia Foundation has asked editing services firm Wiki-PR to cease and desist editing Wikipedia for pay and passing articles off as unbiased.