FCC Moving Towards ‘Two-Lane Web’

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted in favor of advancing a proposal that could dramatically reshape the way consumers experience the Internet, opening...

New Cyberweapon: Hackers Now Using ‘Ransomware’ to Hold Computers Hostage and Demand Money from...

On a bitter cold Friday in January, an ominous warning popped up on a computer screen at the Chamber of Commerce in Bennington, Vt. The...

Google CEO Eric Schmidt says European Court Ruling that People Can Have Personal Information...

The European court that ruled individuals have the right to be removed from search results "struck the wrong balance", according to Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt. "Google...

New iPhone 6 to Be Released in August

APPLE plans to release its new iPhone in August, a month earlier than expected, after sales were hit by new big-screen models from its...

Samsung Electronics Issues Apology to Chip Factory Workers Who Suffered Cancers Linked to Chemical...

Samsung Electronics Co. apologized and promised compensation to chip factory workers who suffered cancers linked to chemical exposure, a rare win for families and...

European Court Rules that Google, Yahoo, and Bing Should Allow People to Remove Personal...

People should have some say over the results that pop up when they conduct a search of their own name online, Europe's highest court...

Now You Can Mute that Annoying Person on Twitter

Have you ever seen an annoying tweet in your feed and wished there was a way to shut that person up without having to...

FCC Chairman says he has Revised his Approach to Net Neutrality Rules

After his proposal to allow Internet companies to charge Web companies for speedier delivery of their content was met with widespread criticism, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom...

Mozilla to Experiment with ‘Sponsored Tiles’ in Firefox Browser

Mozilla is going ahead with plans to add sponsored tiles on its popular browser Firefox’s new-tab page. In a blog post outlining the details, Mozilla’s vice president...

Apple Reportedly Close to Buying Beats Electronics for $3.2 Billion

  Apple Inc is close to paying a record $3.2 billion for Beats Electronics, two people with knowledge of the matter said, an expensive foray...

Samsung Names New Mobile Design Chief

Samsung may be taking the design of its flagship Galaxy phones in a new direction. The company has named a new leader for its...

Chinese E-Commerce Giant, Alibaba, Plots Challenge to Amazon and eBay by Investing in Silicon...

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd may be making its debut on Wall Street later this summer, but it's certainly no stranger to the investors of...

Epson Takes on Google Glass with ‘Augmented Reality’ Gear for $700

Think Epson and you've probably got printers on your mind, but the firm also makes wearable computing devices, and has released its latest effort...

WATCH: Now You Can Fill Up Your Shopping Cart on Amazon.com with a Hashtag...

Amazon shoppers will have a new outlet for filling their virtual carts: Twitter. The company announced a feature called #AmazonCart, which lets users add items...

Foursquare to Split its App in Two; “Swarm” to Help Track Friends’ Activity

Foursquare announced Thursday it would split its app in two. A new app called Swarm will be a standalone experience for keeping up with friends,...

Jury Awards Apple $120 Million in Patent Case vs. Samsung

A California jury on Friday awarded Apple $120 million in its patent case against Samsung, but that sum was far smaller than the more...

Twitter Tests New ‘Mute’ Option

Twitter is testing a new “mute” feature which would allow its users to hide tweets from people without un-following them. Some of those who use...

Google, Apple, Facebook, and Other Tech Companies Notify Users of Secret Data Demands from...

Major U.S. technology companies have largely ended the practice of quietly complying with investigators’ demands for e-mail records and other online data, saying that...

Microsoft Releases Security Fix for Internet Explorer…Even for Windows XP Users

Microsoft released a security update for its Internet Explorer browser Thursday to fix a bug that allowed hackers to take over a computer. The tech...

With Ban Lifted, Microsoft Plans to Launch Xbox One in China

Microsoft is bringing its Xbox One to China this September after the nation recently ended a ban on foreign-made video game consoles. The U.S. company,...