The activist investor lashes out at the board for alleged transgressions and at CEO John Donahoe's "ineptitude in addressing them." What's eBay's reaction?
Google nixes the phrase "Palestinian Territories" from the home page of its search site for the area, subbing in "Palestine" and provoking reactions from both sides.
That's the word from The Verge, which claims to have spoken with a source who says Target will soon remove the Amazon Kindle line from its brick-and-mortar store shelves.
One of Patch Tuesday's security updates has been removed after Microsoft found that it can cause errors when paired with certain third-party software.
"I think that both Samsung and ourselves have benefited not only on the Android side but also on the Chrome side," says Google CFO Patrick Pichette.
Popular Android modder CyanogenMod has run afoul of some nasty infighting, leaving it without the cyanogenmod.com domain.
Questions have been raised about AT&T allowing only Mobile Share plan customers to access FaceTime over the cellular network.
While Wi-Fi dropouts in OS X are sometimes from misconfigured Wi-Fi adapters, they may also be from how the system is managing power to the Wi-Fi cards.
At the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., researchers are working on a wide variety of technologies, including systems for setting up complex airborne UAV skirmishes.
Hewlett-Packard is one of a few companies seeking certification that ensures metals used in their products do not fund the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.