Microsoft's next operating system is going to attempt to elevate a mobile OS to the desktop.
The system requirements for Windows 8 won't be more than what's required for a PC to run Windows 7, and it will run on Intel, AMD processors, and ARM chips.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt at the D9 conference explains why Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook lead the consumer tech world.
Also at D9, HP's Leo Apotheker says there are no current plans to let other firms license his company's mobile OS, but HP might consider it for phone makers like HTC
The same group that hacked PBS's Web site over the weekend says it has compromised the personal information and passwords of "over 1 million" Sony customers.
Despite years of research, there's little consensus on whether you should be worried about your well-being. CNET explains why experts looking at the same data have completely different conclusions.
The company that pioneered the daily-deals business is seeking $750 million in the offering, following the recent IPO from LinkedIn.
Search giant kicks off Google Offers today in the City of Roses, with plans to expand the daily-deals service to San Francisco and New York next.
The company plans to unveil a "cloud services offering" along with the Lion version of Mac OS X. CEO Steve Jobs, on medical leave, will be on hand for the announcement.
The U.S. government is looking into reports that hackers tried to access Gmail accounts of federal officials, journalists, and Chinese activists.
CEO Dick Costolo tells D9 crowd the goal is to "remove the friction" from adding photos. This and other new Twitter services will replace third-party apps for many users.
The company's answer to Facebook's "like" buttons is an incremental social addition that's wired into Google services and search results.
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.
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