To "celebrate" Data Privacy Day, both Twitter and Google today talked up their transparency reports. Twitter complies with 69 percent of government requests, and Google 88 percent. Is that too much?
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week: Get some tips on keeping your professional e-mails polished and your personal e-mails inoffensive.
Google Talk do's and don'ts
Canon announces two new perspective-controlling tilt-and-shift lenses, the TS-E 24mm f3.5 and the TS-E 17mm f4.
Comedian and self-appointed judge John Hodgman reveals the secrets to surviving the apocalypse and answers your questions about National Doughnut Day, the proper way to grow a mustache, and how to deal with Internet whiners.
John Legere is not happy about Amazon's rumored deal with AT&T to power its rumored smartphone. He takes his gripe to Twitter.
Google's Apps Status Dashboard indicates some type of issue with Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Presentations.
A new virus threatens to ransom your data, Square Cash lets you send money through e-mail (sounds safe), a dating site for the mentally ill, and how Amazon profits off Holocaust deniers and other wretched authors.
An Austrian film festival that exclusively screens vertical videos, an iPhone app that invites strangers to eavesdrop on your conversations, a Tinder flaw that pinpoints your exact location, and an e-cigarette that doubles as a Bluetooth speaker. This is real!