More tablet displays than those of laptops shipped last month, hinting the notebook could be on the wane.
The agency tasked with protecting the president and other top government officials says people who see threatening tweets should immediately call their local field office to report them.
A Florida college student could get up to five years in federal prison for posting plans to assassinate the president on his Facebook page.
Sophie Dalzell, who models and has presented on an Adult TV channel, has to return to court after a vandalism conviction, to argue that a tag on her ankle will spoil her looks.
In a Cincinnati area Apple store, a man expresses frustration with his iPhone. He then allegedly brandishes a 9mm handgun to a store employee and says he could shoot the offending gadget.
Today we get a driver's side view of the horrific accident and crash that befell Brazilian Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa at the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix.
New and Noteworthy: Court says others can read your e-mail; Copyright laws threatening the iPod?
How much do humans supervise the machines that participate in customer service? One person's experience with Blue Shield of California suggests: "Not much at all."
This free game has science in its corner. But it's missing something else: fun.