Despite recent crackdowns against American tech companies, the European Commission would like to go on record as saying they are NOT specifically targeting U.S. firms.
The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly poised to block the proposed merger of cable giants Comcast and Time Warner.
Google is celebrating the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express mail delivery system with a game doodle taking the place of the usual Google logo on their search page.
If you’d like to learn how to test your Wi-Fi networks and protect them from hacking attacks, today’s MacTrast Deal is for you!
Friday saw the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hand down a final decision that invalidated a so-called “podcasting patent” that had been used by holder Personal Audio, LLC to sue a number of podcasters.
Watch, as these bored office workers create a mural of DC and Marvel superheroes with nothing but 9,000 Post-It Notes!
Comcast has announced it’s bringing 2Gbps internet service to Atlanta next month, and 18 million homes across the country by the end of the year. That’s 2x the speed of Google’s Fiber offering.
Does this sound familiar? Every time you sit down with your keys in your pocket, you either get jabbed in a sensitive place, or your car alarm goes off! Here’s your last chance to get the KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer, which will fix that problem forever!
While this one sounds like an April Fools Day prank, it’s apparently for real. Amazon announced on Tuesday that it’s launching Dash Buttons, a followup to last year’s Dash remote scanning device.
T-Mobile, who has been shaking up the wireless industry with their radical new plans for both consumers and businesses is now tapping an as yet underserved sector of wireless customers – your pets.
T-Mobile today unveiled what they call their “Next-Gen Network Coverage Map,” which the carrier says is the industry’s first crowd-sourced coverage map, designed to reflect “near real-time customer experiences.”
Only a few years ago, Twitter was a bit of a mystery in the world of MySpace and Facebook, and has since become a dominant source of news, conversation, and information, and the next wave of social platforms is coming (or may already be here).
Video gaming retailer GameStop, faced with lower sales in the gaming segment of their business, said on Thursday that it will open more stores in its Technology Brands segment. That segment includes Simply Mac, GameStop’s chain of Authorized Apple Reseller locations.
Safari users in the UK are now free to sue Google for ignoring their Safari browser settings and continuing to drop cookies on their devices, even when their browser settings said not to.
Amazon has announced new unlimited storage plans for their Amazon Cloud Drive service. Users can choose either the Unlimited Photos Plan or Unlimited Everything Plan and only pay one flat fee per year. A free 3-month trial is available for customers to try either plan.
Hewlett-Packard announced on Tuesday that it has made a deal with high-end audio company Bang & Olufsen. The audio company will be lending its expertise to upcoming HP products.