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Instant messaging shifts to Twitter for instant communication on celebrity news.
The carriers deny comparing notes, but they all overcharge unless you commit to a single-price plan that may be more than you need or want.
Take a (brief) break from throwing darts at AT&T's logo; the company is offering a freebie to some iPhone customers.
Google and possibly AOL are jumping on Microsoft's bandwagon, banning IM services to citizens of hostile countries.
New mega-application puts a social-network spin on traditional forms of communication.
The new communication platform could be a good way to share things with only the right people.
You don't have to find underground sites to pick up hacking tools and password stealers; a researcher finds one sitting right out in the open.
From Microsoft Bob to Windows Genuine Advantage, Microsoft has shown a real talent for unfortunate product names. Here are our picks for the worst--along with alternatives that might have worked better.