Microsoft's chief executive details changes coming with acquisition of Nokia's device and services division.
Facebook's new unified e-mail and its implementation is causing unwanted changes to users' address books; worse, the changes have gone unnoticed by users and vital communication is being lost.
Committee votes to update a 1986 privacy law despite warnings from one senator that his colleagues are "abdicating our duty if we do not examine the concerns raised by federal and state law enforcement."
The VoIP provider has removed its password reset page to deal with a security hole that lets someone take control of another person's account.
Thousands of e-mails sent to users of the social media manager included the names and e-mail addresses of other users.
The National Sheriffs' Association asked senators to "reconsider acting" on a privacy bill until a "review of its impact on law enforcement investigations is conducted." Senators obliged the boys in khaki.
The new app features a snooze button for e-mail messages; cloud-based attachment options; and some handy filtering tools.
Commentary: After years of delay, the FCC seems poised to switch vendors for the local telephone number portability database. That could be a big mistake.
The new Yahoo CEO is also reportedly looking to acquire popular "platforms" such as social networking and mobile integration, a la Facebook's recent Instagram buy.
Microsoft's new Outlook.com e-mail offers a number of ways to keep your inbox neat and tidy. CNET walks you through five ways to manage your e-mail.