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In the final phase of its first operational flight, the commercial cargo ship returns safely to Earth, carrying nearly a ton of supplies and experiment samples.
An in-depth New York Times report focuses on the final months of a factory worker who died as a result of an explosion at a factory that makes iPads, as well as the conditions workers often endure.
The upstart wireless provider now offers unlimited calling and data for just $19 per month--no strings attached. Best smartphone deal ever?
Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, and LG are happy to get patent protections from the Motorola deal--but not necessarily about competition from Google.
New Firefox versions now will emerge every six weeks as Mozilla tries to be more competitive. That's too rapid for some, but Mozilla is willing to leave them behind.
Facebook has had a facelift, with your profile enjoying a new look to sum up your entire life in bite-sized chunks.
A Google Labs project called "In Quotes" lets you take quotations from the party leaders and election candidates of four different countries and see what they have to say about a given search term.
The Web began as a publishing medium, but in many ways it's only really growing up now. Adobe, Mozilla, and others are improving font and layout.
Tablets, smartphones, and TVs--oh my! At its Max conference, Adobe will show off results of work to retool its products for computing devices beyond just personal computers.
The Finnish company still sells more smartphones than anyone else, but has yielded the initiative to Apple and Google. Now it's trying to fight back.