This Day in Tech: Groupon IPO, Sony sites hacked, Twitter sex scandal
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET News for Thursday, June 2.
The gathering of tech CEOs and other bigwigs also puts the spotlight on Twitter's new photo-sharing service, Google's social-networking efforts, HP's WebOS ambitions, and then some.
New York man's alleged contract and e-mails that supposedly give him 50 percent ownership of the social network are forgeries, new court filing from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims.
The company that pioneered the daily-deals business is seeking $750 million in the offering, following the recent IPO from LinkedIn.
The group that hacked the PBS Web site over the weekend says it has compromised the personal info and passwords of "over 1 million" Sony customers.
In a utopian gesture, Panasonic and partners will unveil a super-green town south of Tokyo in 2014.
For the last 10 years, CNET has kept a running list of cell phones with the highest SAR (specific absorption rate) levels. Here's a look at the 20 cell phones (among current U.S. models) with the highest SAR ratings as stated by the FCC.
The U.S. government is looking into reports that hackers tried to access Gmail accounts of federal officials, journalists, and Chinese activists.
In the span of only a few days, Rep. Anthony Weiner has firmly ensnared himself in what is fast becoming Capitol Hill's first Twitter sex scandal.
Microsoft says the next version of Windows will not be out this fall, making 2012 a better candidate. Will Apple be on iOS 6 by then?
With my laptop crippled and a deadline looming, I needed my iPad to stand in as a fully functional word processor. It was the perfect opportunity to review five keyboards designed to get you typing from the tablet's touch screen.
Tennessee's governor has signed a bill that makes sharing a username and password illegal between its borders, according to the Associated Press.
iPhone-friendly speakers for your summer adventure
CNET Editor Justin Yu rounds up a list of the best travel-friendly speakers for your Apple iOS music devices. Pick one up for your next summer adventure!