According to an NBC News report, Russian hackers are attacking Olympics visitors' computers and phones the instant they turn them on. Par for the course for the broken $51 billion event.
The former Apple CEO, who fired Jobs in 1985, gave his most illuminating explanation ever of the move at a Forbes conference in Bali last week.
In Iowa and Florida, they have a new method of chasing suspects. The police car's grill opens up and out is projected a better method of keeping up with the vehicle they're chasing.
Tim Armstrong tells employees he made a mistake when he fired Abel Lenz during a Patch all-hands meeting.
An Ohio teacher is fighting for her career over a humorous Facebook photo captioned: "Finally found a way to get them to be quiet!!!"
Playing DVDs could be a headache in Windows 8, the FBI asks Web sites to be wiretap-ready, and Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson is accused of lying about his college degree.
Playing DVDs could be a headache in Windows 8, the FBI asks websites to be wiretap-ready, and Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson is accused of lying about his college degree.
Company's board of directors announces a management reorganization that sees Tim Morse replacing Carol Bartz as CEO.
Online gaming streaming service OnLive will continue under new owners -- losing HTC £25m in the process.