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Eco-friendly iPad case maker Frederick James has turned Bernie Madoff's auctioned pants into limited-edition iPad sleeves. The sleeves cost up to $500, making them a questionable investment.
Confused about Facebook's blockbuster acquisition of photo-sharing app Instagram? Here's what you need to know about the deal and why it made sense for both companies.
Where would we be without batteries? Certainly there wouldn't be mobile phones, gaming devices, digital cameras or, even, automobiles as we know them. Today's Tech Time Machine looks back at who invented the modern battery.
Disgraced Ponzi pusher Bernie Madoff is a very big New York Mets fan. Now, he has been forced to put his precious tickets up for sale on eBay. Bidding for the first game closes Sunday.
Company says it doesn't believe that any "reasonable interpretation" of its business would make it a Ponzi scheme, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. Justice Department accusing Full Tilt Poker of being a "global Ponzi scheme" is the latest example of large online concerns being accused of being mega-Madoffs. Does the Web make Ponzis easier to manage?
A recent Vanity Fair article reveals that Ruth Madoff is an Apple MacBook user. Should she have to give it up if she hasn't already?
We watched London picking up the pieces, stock markets oscillate wildly, and a hypersonic military plane disappear over the Pacific.
Today we're taking issue with the misuse of the word "hacked." With news stories about Stuxnet, PlayStation 3, and News of the World throwing around the term with no specific definition, we define exactly what it means to hack...at least according to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
A fifth of iPhone users made an insurance claim during the last 12 months, according to provider Protectyourbubble.com. Some of the more interesting claims include dropping one from a hot-air balloon.