Sometimes tech mergers look good on paper but flop in practice. Here's a look at some of the biggest tech merger failures.
In what it says is its final act of mayhem, hacker group LulzSec publicly unloaded a trove of documents containing a significant amount of compressed data.
These unlucky seven mergers--involving everyone from Apple to Microsoft to Google--hopefully will never see the light of day.
Verizon billed a woman for months after she died of breast cancer, and even turned the matter over to a collection agency.
Analysis: Ethics, schmethics! AOL/TechCrunch's Michael Arrington doesn't need your stinking rules -- so do you need his stinking stories?
We continue to look at the events that made the Internet into what it is today. In this part we examine blogs, Napster, Skype, online books, Facebook, and more.
The Internet changed our lives, but what made the Internet into what it is today? We look at 20 historic events--good and bad--including the first online game, early banner ads, modems, Wi-Fi, Craigslist, and more.
A feud between 'sister' sites TechCrunch and Moviefone raises questions over who owns the media and how it's manipulated
AOL is back, baby. And by "back," I mean back to being ridiculous. Its latest move: buying The Huffington Post for an astounding $315 million.
Can the Huffington Post keep its independent voice? Can Arianna Huffington do for AOL's content business what she did for her HuffPost? The Web chimes in.