Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
While Apple's iCloud may seem like just another cloud storage service to some, it represents the best vision to date of a truly integrated cloud computing user experience for consumers.
When you get a personal product walkthrough from Jeff Bezos, you learn a lot about the new Kindle tablets -- and about the Amazon CEO himself.
Hopes of a summer iPhone 5 launch have been dashed by an AT&T rep, who's dismissed June or July availability.
An over-enthusiastic Phones4U employee reckons the iPhone 5 is coming to the UK on 21 November and isn't afraid to tell people about it.
Texas Rep. Steve Stockman, an ardent Bitcoin supporter, plans to introduce a bill that could change the way the IRS handles virtual currencies.
Gil Amelio was a highly regarded tech executive. But his ouster as CEO paved the way for the return of Apple's prodigal son, Steve Jobs.
A team of artists takes the funniest Twitter missives they can find and turns them into short comics that up the entertainment value considerably.
Contrary to reports that Google "voluntarily" divulged the IP address of an Israeli blogger sued for defamation, the company says that it did so only when "required" by a court order.
Gadget madness descends on the desert, while Amazon retunes CDs. Also: A cheaper iPhone?
On today's show, the iPhone is apparently storing your location data even when you've turned off the location tracking services. And law enforcement agencies and a cottage industry of iOS forensics companies have been taking advantage of these logs for years. Nevertheless, Steve Jobs appears to insist in an email to a customer that Apple is not tracking anyone. Really. Hunch shows you why you love both hummus and Macs, even if you don't love Apple. Plus, Sony is rebuilding its PlayStation Network security after its now five-day outage, and an innocent man is accused of child pornography because it's still just too damn hard to put a password on a WiFi network. --Molly