In light of the surveillance by governments worldwide, Google's Eric Schmidt makes a bold prediction.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference sold out in two minutes this year. But the company says videos of confab sessions will be available and that "Tech Talks" will be coming to various cities.
If your computer is infected with the DNSChanger virus, your summertime Internet activities will be seriously curtailed -- as in buh-bye. But a special Web site can help you fix the problem.
Netscape scrollbars vanish: an explanation?
A little spilled wine can turn into a big problem, leaving stains in all kinds of fabric. Wine Away offers a way to remove red wine stains without harsh cleaners.
Google Books has disappeared from the App Store as Apple begins to enforce new rules on buying stuff in apps. Other similar apps have stopped selling ebooks too.
Ad-support music service is dead and in two months its music will die, too. Is this more proof that DRM sucks or are customers too demanding of a freebie?
Last week, President-elect Barack Obama launched a Web site detailing his plans for tech, Iraq, and health care. Now those plans are gone, and the campaign isn't saying why.
This free app will help you send private, self-destructing messages to fellow iPhone users.
With the latest software update for the Apple TV, you can now hide icons directly from the main screen.