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Tuesday will see the debut of Facebook's new "SocialAds" program, which aims to revolutionize the way advertisers can target advertisements toward social networks' audiences.
At IDF, Intel's Pat Gelsinger barely restrains his excitement about the next-generation 'Nehalem' processors due in 2008.
There used to be a debate in the networking industry around network intelligence.
ABC News apparently has all the phone numbers of clients of an accused call girl ring in D.C. but why are they not releasing them?
The company will outline an "iPhone software roadmap" next Thursday, a little later than expected but eagerly anticipated by software developers looking for a hands-on experience.
As anticipated, the tech giant is launching a project to digitize medical records and make them accessible with a Google account. Privacy advocates, naturally, are concerned.
The Tea Control Teapot lets you stop brewing without removing the infuser.
It's been a busy week in the tech world, but the newsroom highlight of the week had more to do with what was not said. Our own Elinor Mills was dispatched to interview Google CEO Eric Schmidt in Orlando, but the big questions went unanswered.
The "USB Smart Privacy Mouse" has an emergency button that will switch your screen.