Electronic Arts games were downloaded for free over the weekend after a discount code went viral.
Apple says it's not stalking iPhone users, while Sony reports a massive security breach. Also: streaming deals.
Slates may be starting to steal people away from their laptops, desktops, and even televisions, according to a survey released this week by Google's AdMob service.
A study out of Berkeley finds that a phenomenon called vergence-accommodation--focusing on both the distance to a screen and the content in front of or behind that screen--can lead to discomfort, fatigue, and headaches.
How dominant can Google's Android become? Dominant enough for almost an entire industry of rivals to play a $4.5 billion game of patent keep away. Now it's time for the lawsuits.
Video-streaming site pulls the plug on plan to allow Facebook users to log in, after programmer's error exposes personal information.
Apple to give away cases to deal with its touchy iPhone trouble, while FCC's indecency rules get slammed by court. Also: Juggling passwords.
For better or worse, we are all in for a headache
Life at the Googleplex has grown a little more tense following the stunning admission that Google had been collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks for years. How did this happen?
The Apple TV's sleek and tiny design is slick, but the lack of buttons on the device can be a real problem when the remote goes missing.