Teenagers really are over Facebook. In a deep report published on Tuesday, Pew Research explains that teenagers departing the social network's blue confines are looking for something more... authentic. Which, ironically, was the initial draw of Facebook, and has become something of a calling card for Tumblr and Twitter. Somewhere, Marissa Mayer is smiling.
With super cheap pricing, the company's new App Store threatens to undercut traditional software developers
Aliens? The apocalypse? A movie promotion? Top Tweeters offer answers to the suspicious bird and fish deaths.
Here's what piqued the interest of tech reporters getting ready to head to Las Vegas for the event
In fact, Pew study shows 65% of Internet users have paid for online content
His many accomplishments are well known. But is it time to give the Jobs-worship a rest?
Net neutrality opponents and supporters finally agree on something: they can't stand the federal government's new regulations
It's a recap of last night's total lunar eclipse--and Matt Lauer doesn't seem to get it
After a string of setbacks, the search giant is delaying the release of new Google TV set-top boxes.
Behold the #savedelicious campaign to revive the social bookmarking site
The company's explosive potential begins to rear its head
A Facebook intern plots a world map using friendship data
Not everyone thinks this is much of a step forward
Pro-WikiLeaks activists bring down websites from PayPal to Palin
She claims she was attacked by WikiLeaks-supporting hackers. Bloggers are skeptical
Casting doubt on a purported scientific breakthrough
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