Twitter is loved by famous people -- something it's counting on to keep driving its business as an unsuspecting rival grows up.
commentary By promoting the celebrity and ingenue music makers on the platform, Twitter is defending its prized "follow graph" against competitors.
Sprint enterprise customers can track their valuables with three new devices offered on Omnilink's Asset Tracker platform.
Bloomberg reports that federal tax authorities are bringing increased scrutiny to a Google audit, looking at the way the Web giant transferred assets acquired in its YouTube, Postini, and DoubleClick acquisitions.
RIAA wants to make sure that nothing happens to Lime Wire's assets before courts decide how much the file-sharing service must pay in damages. Judge says assets aren't going anywhere.
Fasten your seatbelts, motorists. A new generation of speed camera is being readied and it's able to catch you committing eight separate offences at the same time.
Speaking to financial analysts, Chris Liddell concedes online business hasn't shown much tangible progress, but says Yahoo deal making less and less sense.
The Acer Liquid e has a silly lowercase letter name stuck on the end, but it also packs in Android 2.1, the latest Google operating system
CNET's James Hilliard looks at an SD Card slot add-on that turns a Palm device into a bar code scanner.
Telecommunications equipment maker warns that its business is slowing down due to the weak economy. It also says it is looking to sell off its metro Ethernet equipment business.