Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Apple has finally acknowledged the MacDefender malware with instructions to remove the software, along with promising that a future version of the Mac OS will protect against it.
A Washington 13-year-old is questioned by Secret Service after reportedly posting on Facebook that the president should be careful after the killing of Osama bin Laden.
The patent holdings firm that's going after app developers who use Apple's in-app purchase tools have detailed how much they're seeking in terms of a licensing fee, as well as how Apple is or isn't involved.
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Profit rises nearly 200 percent during the first quarter. The maker of the Thunderbolt and other gadgets credits its success to huge growth in its smartphone business.
Software giant offset slowing PC sales with big gains in its Office and Xbox product lines, reporting net income of $5.23 billion and a 13 percent sales gain.
Netflix has declined in the past to sell movies from its site. Apparently, the video-rental service doesn't mind posting buy buttons on its site when it means someone else will do the selling.
PC market share numbers for the first quarter of 2011 are down 3.2 percent. The reason? Natural disasters, high gas prices, and yes, media tablets that deliver PC-like functions.
Stroke patients who play video games are up to five times more likely to improve their arm motor function than those who undergo standard physical therapy, data shows.