In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explores whether prepaid brands owned by the major wireless operators offer a true advantage over traditional services.
Here's how you can buy, download or stream the six movies of the original and prequel trilogies in the US, Australia and the UK.
You already have to pay to belong to Prime. Amazon's head of digital music says the streaming service is after customers who don't necessarily want to spend a ton of money on music.
The struggling Internet giant is trying to decide which of its services it should keep or dump. Yahoo Real Estate, or maybe even Yahoo News, could be on the chopping block, analysts say.
The search giant reportedly gets a subpoena from New York State's attorney general. It's the last thing the company needs as it tries to become relevant to users again.
Twitter accounts affiliated with the Internet vigilantes known as Anonymous vow to besiege the Islamic militants with "massive cyber attacks."
Pandora agrees to buy most of smaller streaming service Rdio for $75 million in cash, which clears the way for the online radio giant to let you listen to the specific track you want to hear.
The Uber-equivalent of the region plans to offer carpooling services in Singapore and five other countries that will allow customers to save cash on their commute.
In a not-unexpected move, Adobe shuts off its consumer-focused cheap-storage subscription service.
From the Cheapskate: No, really, free. And not just for Sprint phones this time -- the carrier now supports eligible phones from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon as well. This is kind of amazing.