Facebook has rolled out a site redesign. Here's how to update your profile today.
Nexus S is expected to be available at Best Buy – or directly through Google – by the middle of December.
Samsung Galaxy Tab continues to pick up sales momentum.
Do Not Track list becomes a hot topic this week in Washington, as legislators discuss not just if it's a good idea but how such a list would work.
Chrome 8 – which includes a new PDF reader – got a very hushed launch from Google this week.
WikiLeaks has been banned from Amazon servers. And for some critics, that's a very problematic development indeed.
Google Editions will be available in the US by the end of 2010.
WikiLeaks has been booted from Amazon. What does this mean for Julian Assange and the future of the site?
Google celebrates the 55th anniversary of the day Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus.
WikiLeaks is under digital siege.
Kinect for Xbox 360 continues to draw interest from consumers.
An iPad 2 could hit shelves as early as next year, according to at least one source.
Angry Birds, a popular smartphone application, will soon be available as a console title.
A 1976 Apple-I computer sold for upwards of $200K at Christie's this week.
Facebook says it has malware under control. But the security firm BitDefender claims that up to 20 percent of Facebook news feeds carry some sort of infectious software.
FarmVille has been replaced by Phrases as the most popular application on Facebook.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is a hit among consumers – to the tune of 600K units sold globally.
Google changed their logo today to a pre-Thanksgiving doodle that promotes the recipes of Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa.