Both Firefox and Chrome are adding new functionality to tabs in their respective bids to build the best web browser.
Nintendo wants four countries added to the U.S. Trade Representative's copyright watch list for rampant gaming piracy.
American BitTorrent downloads hit 96.7 million in first six months of 2012.
The hosting service is offering across-the-board discounts to its customers as an apology for an outage that lasted several hours this week.
The Adaptive All-In-One's display panel weighs 14 pounds.
A patent recently filed by Microsoft seeks to obtain dibs on a system that will project a gaming environment on all the surfaces surrounding the gamer.
Email, the GoDaddy website, and some customer websites go down after an attack on GoDaddy is made, allegedly by a lone hacker.
With an expected iMac refresh imminent, Hewlett-Packard goes preemptive and unwraps a Windows 8 competitor.
Nokia and Microsoft fostered an inept image with the introduction of the flagship Windows 8 phone, fumbling what should have been a tech triumph.
Now is the time to buy old iPhones, 55-inch HDTVs, and SSD drives, as deals accompany product introductions.
Google pays homage to the 46th anniversary of the first airing of the original space-based adventure series with a multilayered doodle reminiscent of multiple iconic scenes from the show.
New Windows Phone 8 flagship smartphone garners universal plaudits.
The government defends the right to look at alleged drug dealer's mobile phone records.
The Shack teams with Cricket for month-to-month plans ranging from $25 to $60.
The social network vows to clean up its act, but isn't saying how it will tell the legitimate likes from those clicked by bots.
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