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The iPhone isn't just bugging users, it may be bugging Verizon as well.
The new site maps tweets -- many of them rather angry -- about transport in the UK and lets you search for places and subjects.
Company says it will end 2012 with $695 million in revenue, now projecting more than 3 million paying subscribers.
For reasons that are unclear, Mitt Romney's transition Web site was live for a few minutes after the election. Oddly, it promised a smaller America.
As the leaves turn color you should turn away from these software downloads.
We call out some of the worst naming decisions the technology world has ever made.
Mad Magazine presents an Apple-inspired view of the New Yorker's iconic cover looking across the Sea of Galilee toward Kuala Lumpur.
Twitter offers some plaintive tweets from those who, gosh, no, really didn't know a new iPad was coming.
Call it schadenfreude, payback, or karma, Google is handed a golden chance to play up Android at Apple's expense.