Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
Tired of everyone always messing up your name in person? Facebook wants to help you help them learn how to pronounce it.
The suspended Patriots quarterback will have to sit at home for the first four games of next season thinking about what he's (allegedly) done. As always, the Internet swoops in to remind him.
We compare some prices for popular products from the grey market and local retailers to work out if there are still significant savings from buying imported electronics.
Google recently commissioned a study to show how cool voice search can be, but the findings don't always show the best side of either teens or adults.
Don't want a gaming console that requires a persistent Internet connection? "Deal with it," says Microsoft Studio's creative director.
Publisher EA is wisely ditching the obligatory Internet connection for the next Sims game, which is out next year.
The check-in social network rolls out a new feature that lets users see where their specified friends are at all times, no matter where in the world they're located.
The new user interface is designed to be faster, easier to use, and suited for a future with Firefox running on phones and tablets, too. As always, though, change means pain.
What's the future of high-speed Internet? Jeff Cannata visits Kansas City, Mo., and gets a tour of Google's new fiber network, which promises Ethernet speeds up to 1Gbps.