Mark Zuckerberg is Time magazine's person of the year. But plenty of people think the honor belongs to Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks.
Facebook intern Paul Butler has envisioned the world through the lens of the most-popular social network on the planet.
Windows tablets could be among the devices unveiled by Microsoft at next month's Consumer Electronics Show.
Verizon iPhone is headed for an early 2011 launch, according to several sources.
Gawker Media came under assault by a group of hackers calling itself Gnosis.
Angry Birds developer Rovio will soon allow fans to purchase upgrades and power-ups with the click of a button (or the tap of a finger).
OpenLeaks is reportedly a 2.0 version of WikiLeaks – except OpenLeaks will be 'democratically' controlled, supporters say.
Android – Google's mobile operating system – has momentum on its side.
Caps lock key replaced with a search key on the new Google Chrome OS notebook. For caps lock key aficionados – and Internet trolls of all stripes – this is dire news indeed.
An Apple iPad 2 could hit the market in early 2011, according to several sources inside the tech industry.
Batman: Arkham City is set to ship in the fall of 2011. In the meantime, the producers of the game have released a new trailer.
PayPal cut off WikiLeaks this week, at the request of the US State Department, according to a PayPal executive.
Facebook sees Wikileaks fan numbers soar, users share thoughts on the whistleblower through status updates.