The US and Canada are down to their last 16.7 million Net addresses with today's IPv4 Internet technology. Scarcity is pushing Internet service providers to the next-gen IPv6.
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Countering Microsoft's murky message regarding used games on the Xbox One, Sony says it won't impose any restrictions on trading or selling used games.
The U.K.'s Ofcom has charged with Playboy with failing "to protect children from potentially harmful pornographic material."
Although Windows RT does showcase many of the best things about Windows 8, it also has limitations that its more full-featured sibling doesn't. Take a First Look at Microsoft's tablet version of the new Windows.
Consumer advocates have accused AT&T of violating FCC rules by requiring Apple FaceTime users to subscribe to the carrier's Mobile Share plans. In a blog post, AT&T defends its position.
Ambiguous policies and cross-service lockouts create a recipe for customer dissatisfaction with Microsoft's cloud storage service.
The relationship started well, but after six years it's soured, and social-media developers are crying foul after Twitter announced new restrictions this week.
The company finally unveils the stricter API guidelines developers have been worried about and they were right to be concerned -- Twitter will now have more control over how many users an app can have.
The judiciary committee could start an antitrust investigation against Microsoft, after the company said IE 10 would be the only desktop browser in its upcoming tablet operating system.