The company says its new policy is not insurance for home owners, but it still provides protection.
Following last month's high-profile coverage of look-alike Apple stores in China, officials in Beijing are said to have begun a crackdown to keep passersby from mistaking one of the shops for Apple's own.
Apple is banning slide-on cases from its retail stores; Android tops Apple's iOS worldwide; and we'll take a look at the iPad's top contender, the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Automotive News reports on Toyota's rebuttal to critics of sudden acceleration issues in Toyota cars.
Egg pants hold your boiled egg as you eat it.
The "Aeryon Scout" is a flying cam, not a toy.
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Whistle-blower lawsuit claims managers were told to shred notes from meeting that revealed that the company was misclassifying workers.
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says the upcoming political conventions are setting themselves up for embarrassment.
Brit papers set off frenzy with report of document confirming cover-up of Roswell aliens finding. FBI says: Not so fast.