The latest list of most-powerful computers is a bit of same old, same old. But soon, it won't be so easy to get ahead on the Top500 list by plugging in special-purpose accelerator cards.
With CEO Tim Armstrong's biggest takeover -- Adap.tv -- in the fold, AOL edges ahead of Google in ComScore's listing of the biggest video-ad properties.
It's the ninth consecutive time that Apple's iPhone has led all other smartphones in customer satisfaction. Samsung wasn't No. 2, but it was close.
Volume 10 of host Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" jumped more than 3,000 percent on the site's bestseller list, while best picture winner "Argo" climbed five spots to No. 25.
Rihanna, the Preservation Jazz Hall Band, and Chuck D had big bumps, according to Amazon.
Android 4.1 and 4.2 combine for 28.4 percent of active devices running the mobile OS, claiming second place from Ice Cream Sandwich. Meanwhile, Gingerbread starts to crumble.
Facebook's chieftain jumps to 99 percent approval from a middling 85 percent in Glassdoor's survey standings. Last year's winner, Apple's Tim Cook, takes a tumble.
Apple appears to have made quiet changes to how it ranks top applications with the release of iOS 6 yesterday.
US Cellular beats out Verizon as a wireless provider, while Verizon's Fios scores highest among Internet providers. Nintendo takes the top slot for consumer electronics, edging Apple.
A new algorithm will push guilty sites further down the search rankings.