Sure, we all rely on technology, but remember that thing called common sense? Yeah, that’s not obsolete yet.
The U.S. government is still poking around Facebook’s treatment of user data, despite the company’s release of revised privacy controls last week.
The search giant isn’t offering Windows to new employees, according to a report in today’s Financial Times. Why the cold shoulder?
It’s official: Apple’s iPad is definitely not a flop. The company announced that just 60 days after its release, more than two million iPads have been sold.
The Euro may be weakening. But it’s still beating out the dollar, and global iPad buyers are paying more.
Nine-year-old Makenzie Melton from El Dorado Springs, Missouri, was chosen as the national winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google contest. Melton’s doodle beat out more than 33,000 submissions for this year’s contest themed, “If I …
It may sound like something out of the next sci-fi thriller, but it appears humans and computers are now merging after a British scientist became the world’s first person to be infected with a computer virus.
A recent survey suggests iPads are becoming to the netbook what VHS tapes once were to the Betamax.
“Save money, live better.” The Wal-Mart slogan now applies to the iPhone, too.
Least surprising story of the week? The study released Tuesday showing that the playable version of the classic video game Pac-Man on Google’s front page has eaten up five million hours of work time.
For someone not known for being particularly outspoken, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is certainly making himself visible.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. The Google Doodles team wanted to do something special and they certainly delivered. (via Techland)