Steve Jobs will be asked to testify under oath in an upcoming antitrust case. The Apple CEO is currently on medical leave, but the judge says he wants to hear from Steve Jobs himself.
Mouthwash. Rice. A handful of quarters. What do these household items have in common? They constitute the perfect emergency-repair kit for gadgets. When device disasters strike and warranties turn their backs on you, it's time to get in touch with your inner MacGyver. So, here are eight low-tech solutions to high-tech disasters.
BlackBerry PlayBook goes on sale next month, a year after the original iPad. So, is the BlackBerry tablet worth the wait?
What's in a Tweet? No more than 140 characters, of course – enough for leaders to speak their peace, or anger. Twitter turned 5 on Monday.
Porsche Spyder 918 hybrids are available for pre-order. But you better make sure you've got some cushion in the old bank account. The Porsche Spyder ain't cheap.
Internet Explorer 9 is off to a strong start, Microsoft reps announced today.
Broadband service through AT&T DSL is no longer unlimited. There will soon be a 150 to 250 gigabyte monthly cap on broadband service.
The 9.0 Japan earthquake was dire but the current meltdown might have been avoided by new advances in nuclear plant technology.
Thanks to the latest technology, Tokyo received early warning of the Japan earthquake. But tsunamis require more time to prepare for, so scientists are investigating ways to speed up computer alerts without sacrificing accuracy.
March Madness apps abound. We sort through some of the best.
Tinted Sheen, an add-on for Chrome and Firefox, will redact all online references to Charlie Sheen, leaving you to surf the Web in peace. But is it wrong to create online lacunas?