Verizon Wireless has wrongly levied data fees on about 15 million customers. The refunds are in the mail.
The Social Network racked up $23 million in ticket sales over the weekend. What does that mean for the world's most popular social network – and Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO?
Google Street View has been expanded to include imagery from Brazil, Ireland – and Antarctica.
Medal of Honor has changed the name of one of the teams in its multiplayer mode. But the gameplay remains the same.
The Flintstones is a classic. Fifty years after the show first aired, Fred, Wilma, and the gang are still popular enough to gain a seat atop Google's homepage. But their place in the cartoon pantheon doesn't mean that they're infallible. The Flintstones did some pretty stupid things in their day. Here are five of the dumbest. Click through to read them all.
Gmail Conversation Button will soon get a toggle switch, allowing users to receive messages individually or in the context of a larger thread.
Android, the mobile operating system developed by Google, is an open-source platform. But some researchers are questioning how safe Android really is.
Meet The Flintstones Google Doodle, a cartoon homage to America's favorite stone-age family.
Nintendo 3DS gets a release date – and a price tag.
Borders will soon expand its Kobo line to include a Wi-Fi-powered device. But does the Kobo really stand a chance against the Amazon Kindle?
BlackBerry PlayBook, the new tablet computer from RIM, should hit the market in early 2011.
RouteRank lets travelers plan trips with carbon footprints in mind. The Swiss up-and-comer is already big in Europe. Will Americans say goodbye to Priceline and Orbitz for the greener option?
The Kno tablet is seen as a successor to print-and-pulp books.
Google celebrates its birthday, but why today?
Google rings in its birthday with a cake doodle. How old is Google anyway?
Angry Birds is a time-waster. And 'Mad Men' actor Jon Hamm thinks wasting time with furious birds and surly pigs is A-OK.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said in a blog-post that Netflix was examining the possibility of stream-only service to American consumers.