Windows and Windows Live President Steven Sinofsky is leaving Microsoft. What's behind his exit?
The Google homepage today celebrates Auguste Rodin, the Parisian sculptor of 'The Thinker,' 'The Kiss,' and other famous works.
The Samsung Galaxy S III was the best-selling phone in the third quarter of 2012, according to a new report.
A new report alleges that Foxconn, the Taiwanese tech manufacturer that builds parts for Apple iPads and iPhones, is eyeing the US.
Twitter sent out a large number of emails on Thursday warning users that their accounts might have been compromised. A few accounts were hacked, but it's not a large-scale assault. Twitter says it accidentally reset a large number of passwords for users who weren't under attack.
Before there was 'Twilight' or 'True Blood,' there was Bram Stoker. Books like 'Dracula' defined the genre for a century to come.
'Where do I vote,' you ask? Election 2012 is here. We run through a couple of online tools that help make the whole voting process much easier.
A gaming-specific Xbox Surface tablet is reportedly on the way from Microsoft.
Apple said it had sold 3 million iPad tablets in the first weekend that the iPad Mini and the fourth-generation iPad were available.
An Acer exec has compared hardware manufacturing to a tough meal – and speculated that Microsoft may find it difficult to chew.
The iPad Mini is here. So what kind of sales performance will the new Apple device turn in?
Rumors continue to percolate about the arrival of a Windows Phone 8 device built by Microsoft. And that would probably make Nokia very unhappy indeed.
Five companies behind the 'Rachel from Cardholder Services' scheme and other credit card robocalls were shut down Thursday, the FTC announced. The FTC estimated that the companies had defrauded customers out of more than $30 million by promising to lower credit card interest rates in exchange for an up-front fee.
Apple lost a court battle with Samsung last month, and was ordered to post a statement to its Website admitting that Samsung did not infringe on its patents. But a trio of British judges are unhappy with the tone Apple struck in the statement.
Verizon has also rolled out a fleet of mobile communications centers to West Virginia, Ohio, and New Jersey – all areas hit hard by the storm.