Dow rises 75 points as stocks put together a three-day rally. But Microsoft falls after it announces purchase of Internet calling company Skype.
Microsoft acquisition of the growing Internet calling company raises eyebrows. How can Microsoft make money from a service that's free to most users?
Social networks are playing a central role in fueling protests in Syria, where demonstrations Friday were the largest since anti-Assad activists took to the street last month.
Verizon's first 4G Android phone arrives. And the HTC Thunderbolt is a zippy masterpiece.
New federal rules allow Metro PCS to offer a low-cost plan that blocks access to popular websites on the mobile Internet. Critics say it's a breach of net neutrality.
'As the shaking continued to build,' says Nicholas Roberts of the Japan earthquake, 'something much more primal was telling me to just get out of the building as soon as possible.'
Saturday's storming of the headquarters of former President Hosni Mubarak's secret police is just as important as his historic ouster last month, say many Egyptians.
Estonia, one of Europe's poorest countries, is also one of its most wired. Free, public Wi-Fi can be found in places as remote as the middle of a forest.