The Information Commissioner's Office has reopened the investigation into the Google Street View Wi-Fi data breach of 2010.
One major publication has changed directions, putting its resources into a tablet-focused version of its site instead of developing a native application.
Adobe and Apple are jockeying for power over the mobile computing future, but it's not as simple as the fanboys and haters would have you think.
Even as Apple has said it is a software problem, the antenna issue that has dogged the phone since its debut is bringing more accusations of deceptive and false marketing.
The electronics maker and Blu-ray backer is poised to become the leader in high-definition following the demise of HD DVD.
Developer who once used a Google product to fight a speeding ticket inserts Google into the electric automaker's Model S car.
Google has said it won't allow facial recognition apps for Glass until "strong privacy protections are in place".
Samsung's head of marketing in Australia says that when the company launched ads mocking Apple fanboys, it was "a tipping point." He loves seeing fanboy wars.
HTC's marketing officer reportedly said another "variant" of the excellent HTC One will be out in the fourth quarter of the year.