Most online shoppers know that Amazon is one of the go-to sites for Cyber Monday, the Internet’s version Black Friday.
Meet the Nexus 4 and 10, Google’s newest additions to the Nexus line.
Yesterday’s press conference set off fireworks, as Apple revealed the newest member of the iPad family as well as new computers.
Five weeks after introducing the iPhone 5, Apple’s holding an announcement to reveal more products before Microsoft’s big launches later this week.
Since it was first announced in 2011, Microsoft’s newest operating system has been both highly anticipated and under a great deal of pressure.
That’s about a seventh of the world.
Kansas City is proving Google with free power and free office space to aid in development of Google Fiber. AT&T and Time Warner Cable aren’t pleased.
California governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that forbids employers from requiring employees to divulge the usernames and passwords of their social media accounts, such as those for websites like Twitter and Facebook.
GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney, along with more than 20 other Chicago companies, joined Mayor Rahm Emanuel this afternoon, pledging to add 2,000 local jobs by 2015.
Cloud services such as Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Microsoft Skydrive and iCloud fetch our precious data back and forth from remote Internet servers. The concept itself is so handy and convenient that we barely think about numerous side effects of this ongoing “cloudophilic” trend. Is our data safe in the cloud? Where is it located? And who can access it?