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Old-school computer lovers will be happy to know that the Commodore VIC-20 is coming back. Only this time, it won't run simple programs; it will run Twitter.
Google+ expands automation with the new Stories and Movies features, which create digital travelogues of your vacation.
You know you shouldn't use your mobile when driving, but where do the Australian state and territory laws stand on the matter?
Think it's just Shatner out there in ad space, plumping for Priceline? Actually, there's a long commercial track record for "Star Trek" stars, from Nimoy to Quinto.
Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision.
Adobe has taken its seat at the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications inquiry into IT pricing.
The 1983 movie "WarGames" led to an anti-hacking law with felony penalties aimed at deterring intrusions into NORAD. Over time, it became broad and vague enough to ensnare the late Aaron Swartz.
In a first, Google reveals the number of people visiting plus.google.com as a distinct destination.
BlackBerry maker is confronted by disgruntled shareholders, as it votes to keep its current board of directors while confirming its search for more-qualified people to serve.
Phil Zimmermann released PGP for free, but he's planning to charge about $20 a month for his new Silent Circle encryption service. It's unlikely to be applauded by encryption-wary law enforcement agencies.