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.
Supreme Court declines an early look at a challenge to the NSA's bulk collection of American's phone records -- but that doesn't mean it won't hear the case down the road.
Now you can tell the search engine to "show me the menu" and it will oblige your request straightaway.
A distributed-denial-of-service attack peaked some 33 percent higher than last year's Spamhaus attack, the previous DDoS record-holder.
After the Macintosh's initial unveiling for shareholders, Steve Jobs gave the first public demonstration of the computer just a few days later. The video of that meeting has just been unearthed for the first time.
The Obama administration acknowledges for the first time that the NSA's collection of data on American's Internet and phone activity was authorized by President Bush in 2001.
A federal judge issues -- and then stays -- a preliminary ruling that the NSA's bulk collection of US citizens' phone metadata violates expectations of privacy.