Samsung Galaxy S5 scored well given its water resistance and a sturdy back panel made of plastic, according to SquareTrade, winning points for being just 4 inches diagonally, compared with about 5 inches for other Android phones.
Sheryl Sandberg apologized in a TV interview, even as British regulators are looking into the controversial Facebook psych experiment. "Facebook cannot control emotions of users," said Sheryl Sandberg.
In a decision that lifts privacy rights above freedom of information, Europe's highest court ruled individuals should have control over Google search results showing personal information. The decision applies to all search engines.
Nintendo posted an earnings loss due to slow device sale, as smart phones and tablets continue to chip away at the legacy gaming industry. Regardless, the company remains optimistic due to upcoming 'Mario Kart' and 'Super Smash Bros' releases.
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Participants warm up before The Sumo Run in Battersea Park, London, Sunday. The runners, wearing inflatable costumes, take part in the 5km run with the aim of raising money for a charity to help educate children in Africa.
A settlement reached Wednesday will require Apple to ensure parental consent for app-related expenses. Chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission stated that her commission had received tens of thousands of consumer complaints regarding the unauthorized charges.
The German magazine Der Spiegel reports that an elite team of NSA hackers employes techniques like modifying computer monitor cables to record what is typed on the screen and fitting USB sticks with radio transmitters.