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Some professional cyclists are concerned that self-centered fans are turning their backs on the riders, just to take a selfie.
Opponents worry that data-sharing legislation could lead to increased government surveillance.
Oracle argues that just because Google says the Android team didn't know about Sun's patents didn't mean they didn't have access to them.
The state's ruling body points the finger at Washington for continued Internet disruptions amid its dispute with the US over the Sony hack -- and hurls insults.
Fundraising page for man identified by the magazine as Bitcoin's creator says magazine's report was "reckless" and caused chaos for his family.
Twitter is trying to diversify its revenue sources beyond advertising, and one way is to license its data to businesses that might find it useful -- like deep-fryer makers.
One of the companies, the new HP Inc., will stick with PCs and printers and will invest in "growth markets such as 3D printing and new computing experiences."
Your search for an unusual and creepy Halloween mask is over early this year. Just slap an alien with joysticks over your noggin.
Commentary: The quiet demise of Apple's iPod Classic prompts CNET's Nick Statt to reflect on the time before streaming services -- when music was first set free.
Law prohibits online retailers from imposing contracts that require customers waive their right to express a negative opinion about their service experience.