AMD is likely to face tough questions from the financial community at an analyst meeting in New York later today.
Facebook will help other social networking sites to run applications developed for its own software platform, it said Thursday.
YouTube’s technology to find videos posted without copyright permission may be useless to find footage from Led Zeppelin’s big reunion performance on Monday.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has accused a payment processing company of attempting to fraudulently debit consumers’ bank accounts for up to $200 million.
PC innovators Jack Tramiel, Commodore’s founder, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reminisce on the old days of PCs in a panel discussion.
The French designer Philippe Starck proclaimed Amazon's Kindle e-book reader "almost modern" but "a bit sad."
A California free-speech group wants the U.S. government to bring a WTO complaint against China for Internet censorship.
Researchers at Google and Georgia Tech are warning that a new generation of DNS attacks could make phishing much harder to detect.
The Le Web 3 conference kicked off in Paris Tuesday with a discussion about the dark side of Web 2.0.
Eight public-interest groups call on the FCC to prohibit mobile phone carriers from blocking text messages.
Toshiba will begin manufacturing flash-based solid state drives early next year for laptops.
Many of the companies that were part of the launch of Facebook’s new advertising platform intend to continue, despite privacy concerns.
JetBlue will offer a limited Wi-Fi service on one airplane starting next week.
LinkedIn will let developers build applications for its professional networking site, part of a raft of changes to the professional networking site.
Denver International Airport is betting that travelers will like getting something for free, and so far it looks like a good bet.