Making good on its promise of "frictionless sharing," Facebook introduced 60 Timeline apps on Wednesday evening. The apps create real-time Facebook status updates on what you're listening to, reading, cooking ... the list goes on.
AT&T nudged up its data plan prices this week. Here's what you need to know.
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, took to his social-networking site yesterday to speak out against SOPA and PIPA, which Zuckerberg called "poorly thought out laws."
Nokia has launched a new budget Windows phone. So how does the Lumia 710 fare against its competitors?
Wikipedia imposed a SOPA blackout today, redacting its English encyclopedia in protest of the US bill. Don't worry. Here are five ways to get around the blackout.
Wikipedia is offline today. Here's why.
Lessons learned from the recent Zappos hack.
Looking for new laptops? This year's Consumer Electronics Show is filled with ultrabooks -- new laptops that are thin and light -- and a few models are getting positive press already.
The Lumia 900, Nokia's new Windows Phone, could hit shelves in the US as soon as March, according to one reporter.
Rupert Murdoch today admitted that News Corp dropped the ball when it came to MySpace.
Search Plus Your World, the new initiative from Google, has come under fire from the folks at Twitter.