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If Facebook is just too plebeian for your tastes, then whip out your credit card and head over to Netropolitan, a social network for the wealthy.
Apple keeps saying it's got a strong product pipeline for 2014. Skeptics worry the innovators behind the iPhone, iPad have lost their mojo.
The company says it is "actively seeking" qualified women and minorities to add to its board.
Anonymous plans "peaceful" protest and encourages people to use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth if BART shuts down cell service again.
update At least one person is missing, and some harbors and boats are damaged, after Tsunami waves from Japan quake hit California. SF area, however, avoids harm.
In a survey of more than 200 medical students, 80 percent say computer games have educational value and 77 percent would participate in a multiplayer online health care simulator.
Newspaper publishers have no excuse for reacting slowly to the Web. Benefits of digital delivery were evident 28 years ago.
Cable company is taken to task over a misleading advertisement about how its high-definition programming compares with that of satellite TV provider DirecTV.
Oracle's shareholders rejected a resolution that the company more actively consider open source. But what's surprising is how many voted for it.
Oracle has the chance to demonstrate support for open source at its shareholders meeting. Will it?