The bookseller declined to confirm rumors of a new e-reader, but the Internet was abuzz with speculation nonetheless.
Talk of the Nobel Peace Prize, which was awarded Friday to President Barack Obama, nearly overloaded the circuitry of the popular social networking site.
The NASA moon bombing was successful. Now the hunt is on for videos and photos from the LCROSS mission.
'Office' fans expected some sort of controversy, but probably not a YouTube reenactment.
The Internet is bubbling with reaction to the Obama Nobel Peace Prize announcement.
Video of the Matt Holliday error showed he lost the ball in the lights – but was fan interference to blame?
Apple promises new update will cut down on crashes, comas
Twitter is currently investigating a widespread service problem.
Sure, bring your books to Microsoft Reader software, Ballmer says. But no dice on an actual Microsoft e-reader.
On Friday, NASA will bomb a crater in hopes of finding water vapor on the moon.
A real-time result option would bolster Google and Microsoft's search capability.
Google devoted its home page to the humble barcode today – and now you can too.
Google celebrates the 57th anniversary of the first bar code patent.
'Can you hear me now' is old news. Meet Verizon's new catchphrase.
Phishing attack also hits Gmail, Yahoo, and AOL.
AT&T said today that it will allow iPhone customers to access Skype.
Facebook attempts to measure the nation's overall mood.