It's becoming clear that the BlackBerry Playbook is significantly hurting an already ailing Research in Motion, after the company announced Friday morning that it will take a $485 million charge as a result of poor tablet sales.
Google has filed a motion to end the gag order on the secret FISA court requests that it gets from the government as a part of the National Security Agencies surveillance, which could work considering how recent efforts to reveal the secrets of the secret court have gone.
Instead of mourning Napster's last day on this Internet planet, we thought we'd point out Napster's many deaths.
As a recent study claiming to measure how many votes Obama lost in 2008 because of racism demonstrates why it's problematic to rely on Google search results as a metric for racist voting patterns.
Now that the legislation favors Amazon, in a total turnaround from earlier this year, today Amazon came out and said it "strongly supports" the Internet sales tax.
If the U.S. wants to get a hold of foreign data in any cloud -- American or not -- it has legal ways of getting it.
Just in time for those six months of free unlimited streaming subscriptions to expire, Spotify has a big announcement this afternoon.
When asked where to go for an abortion, Siri has been directing iPhoners to far-away, pro-life clinics. Does that make Apple's robot stupid, ill-informed or biased?
The Players: Chick-Fil-A, the Southern based fried-chicken fast-food chain, which employs the tagline "Eat Mor Chiken" (sic) to sell its greasy deliciousness; Eat More Kale, an eco-friendly T-shirt business that promotes sustainable food screen-printing its very similar sounding slogan "Eat More Kale" on t-shirts.
On Monday, MSNBC's Morning Joe premiered a new promotion that has ladies in media crying sexism and Joe Scarborough scratching his head.
Dissatisfied with Siri's already impressive personal assistant skills, hackers have taken her to the next level, manipulating her technology to do more than just send text messages.
Amid a lagging economy and high unemployment Black Friday sales were up 6.6 percent from last year, which many are taking as a good sign for today's Cyber Monday mayhem and the rest of the shopping seasons, but those numbers are less optimistic than they sound.
As Facebook has worked more with the police over the years, its official officer guidelines have changed.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention.
Thanks to technology and science, Thanksgiving has gotten better for astronauts.
This morning, Google+ got some major celebrity cachet with Britney Spears surpassing Google CEO Larry Page as the most followed person on the network.
On Tuesday, Groupon's stock fell 19 percent, hovering just above its original $20-a-share price of the company's recent $805 million IPO, starting the morning at $20.03; today the daily deal site's stock is down further to around $17 per share.
If a number's not in our address book, attached to a very familiar name, there's no reason to pick it up -- it's probably something evil.
Lately, clothing stores haven't had enough sense to discern the line between popular slogan and inappropriate saying, so we're suggesting they call the whole thing off.
The financial jobs market isn't doing well and no one expects it to make a comeback anytime soon, if ever.
If Fox News's Megyn Kelly actually has to eat pepper spray for her off-comment on last night's O'Reilly Factor, we hear it apparently tastes good.
Using algorithms, Facebook debunked the "six-degrees of separation" theory, determining that we are now a mere 4.74 degrees away from another human anywhere on the planet.
Each year Jimmy Wales stares us into donating to Wikipedia; this year it's even easier than ever to make fun of the Wikipedia founder.
Spotify just lost about 200 record labels, which is bad for a service that's only as valuable as the music it provides.
There are two things that political conspiracy e-mail forwards have in common: Conservatives and senior citizens.
There were clues that something was up with Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, the man who has been accused of attempted assassination, in the months leading up to his White House shooting spree last Friday night.
With each Kindle Fire sale Amazon loses money, but not that much.
Amazon is giving Apple a run for its money on the rumor mill with budding speculation over the possibility of a Kindle Phone.
Today 19-year-old Disney star Selena Gomez joins the ever-rising clan of celebrity tech investors.
Netflix may have reached a financial roadblock in its plan to win back respect and subscribers.
The Jerseys Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is making the most out of a contrived Abercombie & Fitch diss.
Replacing everything we used to carry around with us, smartphones are making purses obsolete.
Years late to the music party, Google makes up for it by offering its Music Service for free -- mostly.
In ridiculous sounding lawsuits of the day: Village Voice Media is suing Time Out New York for using the phrase "Best of NYC" on the cover of its November 3 issue.
Cutting it close, Google signed a deal with major music labels just one day before the official Google Music launch event this afternoon.
Finally, Facebook has made it easier for us to lie about our lives.
NBC hasn't even canceled NBC's Community and the show's loyal fans are freaking out on Twitter.
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