It's an odd thing to do -- checking your Facebook profile at home you've allegedly broken into. But that's what a Minnesota man is said to have done.
Nicholas Allegra, who was hired last year after gaining fame at JailBreakMe, was let go after not responding to an e-mail offering to extend his employment.
To celebrate its 250th anniversary, Guinness has set sail with a bar in a custom-built submarine. No, really.
The list of 2009's most pirated e-books reveals that those who downloaded illegally are people with rather narrow minds and broad frustrations.
Google's focus on the second day of its annual developer conference was all about its Chrome browser, Web app store, and operating system for computers.
The software maker has about 40 people working on making Windows XP work on the One Laptop Per Child device, but significant hurdles remain and it's not a sure thing that the version will even be released, Microsoft says.
One Laptop Per Child group says it will support both Windows and Linux on its XO laptops. Trials are set to begin next month.
Step aside, AT&T and Verizon. A new privacy-protecting Internet service and telephone provider still in the planning stages could become the ACLU's dream and the FBI's worst nightmare.
Could Apple still accuse Gizmodo and Gawker Media of violating trade-secret law? Apple has a history of suing those it believes wrongfully obtained trade secrets even if that means alienating some of the public.
Here's who to follow for the best CES 2013 coverage, period.