A British businessman allegedly charged 27,000 pounds (around $41,000) for devices that weren't quite what he said they were. Government organizations bought them.
Two trade association sites that boast members such as Apple, Microsoft, IBM, AT&T, and Verizon come under attack by hackers for supporting cybersecurity legislation.
A special needs student records his teacher in a highly bullying frame of mind via cell phone video. The teacher is suspended by the school.
Researchers at Northwestern University redesign the lithium ion battery to charge faster and increase energy capacity, paving the way for better battery performance on our gadgets.
At a press conference in New York, company takes the wraps off Google Wallet and Google Offers. CNET is live-blogging the event.
Automotive News reports on planned vehicle launches at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show.
An ultrathin, flexible, and stretchable silicon device may be able to treat irregular heart rhythms through high-density maps of electrical activity, new research shows.
Major ISPs, such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast, are sitting out the first round of stimulus funding, but smaller players like Leap Wireless are applying.
Analyst Jon Oltsik reflects on what he'll miss about Sun as a standalone company and what it represented--the last vestige of the golden age of the tech industry.
Rep. Edward Markey's latest proposal aims to "enshrine" antidiscrimination principles in federal law but does not prescribe outright rules or penalties this time around.