Twitter on Thursday announced it would invoke the ability to censor some tweets on a country-by-country basis. Cue the global backlash.
Facebook, the most successful social network in history, is close to going public, according to one new report.
Bingo is getting the Zynga treatment.
Netflix will focus its energy on streaming video and unique content, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said this week.
The iPhone 5 will get a larger screen and a new shape, according to a new report.
Google and other companies have ironed out most of the wrinkles in computer-driven cars, and have even done successful tests on public highways. But policy questions remain, including: how would a police officer pull over an autonomous vehicle?
Apple posted a blockbuster Q1 of 2012, thanks in large part to spiking sales of iPad tablets and iPhone handsets.
RIM has replaced its co-CEOs, Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, with Thorsten Heins, the current chief operating officer. What's next for RIM and the BlackBerry line?
Amazon Kindle Fire helped tablet ownership in America nearly double in less than a month, according to a new Pew report.