USA Today adds community features and Web 2.0 frills to its Web site. Has it gone too far? Or not far enough?
The auction for a coffee meeting with Apple's CEO Tim Cook sells for $610,000, tying it for highest at a charity auction site.
How surfers in Australia inspired the development a new device that taps the benefits of salt water mist to treat cystic fibrosis patients.
As budgets tighten and priorities are realigned in the newly reorganized Microsoft, MSN.com has cut loose some of its part-time employees.
The Rolling Stones legend doesn't own an iPod and doesn't want one. He believes the sound quality just isn't all that. Let's hear it for the CD.
With his comment that tablets will soon die out, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is just the latest to offer a bold prediction about the future of technology. Will he be the latest to blow it?
A federal judge tells the company to comply with the FBI's warrantless National Security Letter requests for user details, despite ongoing concerns about their constitutionality.
A top secret order reveals that the National Security Agency is gathering records of millions of phone calls made by Americans.
Proposal that supposedly increases oversight of the National Security Agency instead could hinder companies trying to challenge warrantless demands for their confidential customer data.
In a major restructuring, the news-gathering organization will break up its news room and de-emphasize print to focus on tablets, smartphones, and other digital platforms.