If you need to save a filled-out PDF form so the content is no longer editable, you can do so with Preview in OS X.
The company says the committee will "carefully evaluate" the proposal to see if it's a superior offer to the one delivered by Japan-based SoftBank.
The company makes a new contact form available for people to report suspected copyright violations in the App Store.
The agency's adoption of e-signature standards means DocuSign and others can now allow anyone filing a request for income verification to sign electronically.
CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.
On today's show, we celebrate the dubious holiday that is Foursquare Day (coming tomorrow), Skype has an Android vulnerability that Donald thinks might just be a feature, and Nintendo is going HD just in time for people to stop buying video games. Also, Best Buy says DVD windowing is totally working, if you enjoy manipulating customers into continuing to pay for a dying format. And Priceline founder Jay Walker sues most of the Internet. --Molly
This morning's launch of the new iPad inspires a horde of shoppers to line up for hours, extending several blocks from Apple's Fifth Avenue flagship "Cube" store.
Following its smartphone launch, Dell sets up a separate business group. Consumer group will be combined with small and medium business.