Stocks get a boost from an increase in pending home sales. With only two full trading sessions left in 2011, stocks are struggling to finish in positive territory.
Google and Facebook reign among this year's top websites.
A new video game gives you plenty of opportunities for adventure, a Yahoo list shows the hidden meanings behind famous logos, FDR's side of Pearl Harbor is revealed in a History Channel special, and more top picks.
Ray Bradbury, who has called the Internet a 'meaningless' distraction, is now finally allowing a digital version of 'Fahrenheit 451.'
Last week, tech companies such as Google and Yahoo spoke out against SOPA and PIPA, two bills aimed at cracking down on online copyright infringement in a way that some call overbearing. Now, with newspapers running more pieces critical of the legislation, the opposition could intensify.
Polls show the public turning against nuclear energy after Japan's Fukushima disaster. But low coverage of protests and powerful business and political interests have complicated efforts to promote change.
SOPA "jeopardizes" Internet business, claim Twitter, Google, Yahoo and others. The SOPA bill amounts to "Internet censorship," some argue.
Bankruptcy could be avoided through a patent sell-off. But will Kodak's bankruptcy dodge further threaten photo-sharing websites?
President Obama will appear on 'The Tonight Show' Tuesday for the fourth time. The show will give the president a wider audience but might have limited benefits, experts say.
It may not be easy being green like Muppet favorite Kermit the Frog, but sometimes it's even harder to be hip.