A Florida man stands accused of killing a friend. Early reports inaccurately suggested that he might have performed a Siri search about how to hide a body, but other evidence from the defendant's phone is being used in court.
And so begins Mt. Gox's bid for recovery, days after it filed for bankruptcy protection and acknowledged a massive loss of the virtual currency.
Yahoo hasn't been known for search since Google took that crown long ago. Can CEO Marissa Mayer turn the company into a player again? She's trying.
The "vast majority" of the requests for information that Apple gets from law enforcement pertain to lost or stolen devices, while a "small fraction" relate to iTunes, iCloud, or other accounts.
Programmers beset by the pains of supporting multiple mobile Web browsers now have a big crutch: a version of jQuery software for phone and tablet browsers.
U.S. Supreme Court questions Microsoft's interpretation of patent law as the company tries to create legal precedent that would make it harder to prove patent infringement.
Experian Hitwise's annual tally of the top costume searches of the season indicates that over-the-top reality show and pop stars are still the most common routes for adult Halloween apparel.
Work to permanently seal BP's blown-out well may be pushed back a week. Meanwhile, some say BP is stalling on payments to economic victims, and Congress is examining whether company's Libyan oil interests influenced plane bomber's release.
Reps. Markey and Barton asked the company for details on how it collects and shares customers' location information. Apple explains customers always have to opt in to share their anonymized location through iOS.
Co-Chairmen of the House Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus send a letter to Steve Jobs regarding reports that Apple has been gathering location information from iPhone users.