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Apple sued over disappearing iMessage texts sent to Android users

Apple faces a lawsuit over an iMessage bug barring texts from arriving on Android owners' handsets after they've disavowed iOS.

By May 16, 2014


A video tour of Apple store knock-off in China

NBC takes a camera crew inside the infamous Apple retail store knock-off in China to see how it's weathered all the attention post-discovery.

By July 26, 2011


Why Sprint is taking its sweet time with 4G LTE

The partial rollout of LTE in New York is emblematic of the issues Sprint has had with its deployment. CNET gets behind the delay.

By July 24, 2013



Two new HDTV technologies are inbound this year. Which is more drool-worthy?

By September 19, 2012


Installing Mac OS X 10.2 Server on the Power Mac G4 (FireWire 800)

Installing Mac OS X 10.2 Server on the Power Mac G4 (FireWire 800)

By February 3, 2003


Microsoft projects target young and old

Software giant hosts exhibits to educate doctors on answering parents' questions on Net safety as it partners with Miami to provide free computer training in senior centers.

By October 29, 2007


Hackers target Facebook apps

Hackers have turned their attention to Facebook's hundreds of independent applications. The results are not terribly surprising, but do not tell a good tale.

By March 27, 2008


Exclusive: The next Facebook privacy scandal

Facebook's application platform could be the next battleground in the privacy wars. Will Facebook fold and finally respect user privacy?

By January 23, 2008


Will Senate actually investigate NSA spying on Americans?

The National Security Agency's electronic ear is supposed to listen in on terrorists. But whistleblowers say they were tuning in to unrelated conversations including phone sex.

By October 10, 2008