Company says that to combat confusion, it has altered its API to prevent third-party tools from broadcasting potentially inaccurate expiration dates for streaming movies.
Virgin Mobile has restructured its post-paid plans, cutting back to just five options for new customers.
If you like Sony's cheap cameras, you're in luck. The rest of you will just have to wait.
Due to competition from Apple's iPad, rival tablet makers are reportedly cutting back on plans to manufacture as many tablets as originally expected.
One game developer said it is cutting its investment in Android in favor of Apple's iPhone because it sells 400 times more games for the iPhone than it does for Android.
Yahoo reveals an enhanced mobile home page that offers more stories that require you to reload the Web page fewer times.
A rumor on gossip blog Valleywag says that Google will soon stop offering free meals and snacks to employees. If it's true, it's a big deal.
Web site removes your name from mailing lists. Imagine what your recycling bin would look like if you didn't get a stack of catalogs in the mail each day.
The search company says any blog with sexually explicit content or graphic nudity will be made private as of March 23. Blogs created after that may be removed, depending on the severity of the content.
Defying today's gloomy economic news, the company behind BlackBerry smartphone handsets opened a regional headquarters in North Sydney.