Apple's new iPhones and iOS 7 are expected to be announced September 10 in San Francisco, with shipments of the products beginning around September 20.
The question-and-answer start-up itself was not acquired and will not shut down, but its engineering team is moving to Twitter full-time.
According to analysis, people using Fox News and New York Times IP addresses have been scrubbing Wikipedia entries.
A federal appeals court rules that the monitor can continue to keep tabs on Apple's e-books antitrust compliance policies.
A Japanese insurance company will make a giant leap from Windows XP to Windows 8. A total of 30,000 personnel will be moved to Fujitsu tablets, Microsoft says.
Haystax's cloud-based tools are helping New York and New Jersey security officials navigate massive amounts of data in order to find any possible threat. Just a few years ago, this would have been impossible.
Transgressions ranged from serious legal violations to typos that led to unintended data collection, according to documents supplied to The Washington Post.
DVR maker has laid off "most" of its hardware engineers, according to Wired, but a spokesperson denies that the company is getting out of the hardware business.
One Model S owner hacks his car, and gets a warning from Tesla.
CNET and others have asked the US Coast Guard for details about Google's mystery structure in the San Francisco Bay, to no avail. The Coast Guard now says why it's staying mum.