In a surprising first round loss to Time Warner Cable, EA won't manage a three-peat of its difficult crown in the Consumerist's famed competition to find the worst of the worst.
With purchase of e-mail startup, Yahoo might be looking to take over your mobile phone from every possible angle, including where you store your contacts.
The pioneer in subscription music appears to be in retreat as tech giants show more interest in the business model.
week in review Developers say they warned Apple how bad its in-house app was, while lawmakers tee off on two Chinese communications companies. Also: Windows 8 and iPad Mini on the horizon.
The three companies will cross-sell each other's ads, supposedly to "reduce friction in the marketplace."
week in review Mobile data-logger ignites privacy firestorm, while the FCC slams AT&T's proposed merger with T-Mobile. Also: Facebook settles with FTC.
Nokia and Microsoft may have only announced a strategic partnership but are the two actually picking out china patterns together?
Special guest Tom Merritt joins Rafe Needleman on the 100th episode of the Roundtable to argue over 11 tech predictions for the next 11 years.
The European Commission is said to be readying a lengthy Statement of Objections against Google for abusing its market dominance in Web search.
Two rumors we've heard many times before, just usually not at the same time: AOL and Yahoo are heading toward a merger, and AOL is looking to shed dial-up access.