Amazon's new Kindle with Special Offers costs $25 less but also exposes readers to advertising.
The Acer Iconia A500 gets Flash support, the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, and all sorts of other niceties.
Targeted attacks are the trend in cyberspace. Six months ago, the world's first cyber superweapon – Stuxnet – was discovered to be targeting Iran's nuclear facilities. This week millions of e-mail addresses were reported stolen from Epsilon, a firm that supplies e-mail marketing to BestBuy, Disney, and many others. The two highlight a trend toward precision among those that create malicious software. Epsilon's information will help hackers craft very specific "phishing" e-mails that are far more subtle, experts say. Here are five emerging targets for precision attacks:
Epsilon says a recent hack revealed only email addresses and names – not financial information.
The Epsilon breach involved millions of addresses at some of America's best-known companies. Some security breaches can cost hundreds of dollars per compromised record.
The US stock market gained for the week, with the Dow up 3 percent. Investors are regaining confidence in stocks despite developments in Japan, Libya, and Europe.
Dow gains 84 points, up nearly 5 percent over the last six trading days.
Mobile phones 4G service would be sold wholesale to retailers of mobile phones, wireless providers, and others, LightSquared says.
After more than three years since AT&T got the iPhone, Verizon started carrying the Apple device on Thursday. For some, a Verizon iPhone is a dream come true. But some new iPhone owners admit that this was a purchase of last resort.
Super Bowl commercials everybody is talking about after Sunday's game.