As e-readers such as the Amazon Kindle continue to rise, so follows the publishing industry's worst nightmare: e-book piracy.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is stepping up its assault on Google by introducing a new tool called Visual Search. Instead of displaying traditional lists of Web site search results Bing's Visual Search displays rows images of items that can be scrolled through via a slick interface.
Google may not care if Chrome OS succeeds or fails, PC World’s Tom Spring says.
Online storage sites, the toast of the Internet circa 2006, are shutting down in droves, putting the data and images of their users in jeopardy.
On Thursday, Facebook announced a new approach to how the social networking site would create future policies impact user privacy.
Major League Baseball is crying foul over an iPhone app that it says infringes on MLB trademarks.
As traffic increases, experts say ISPs may start charging by the gigabyte, limiting use of some services and snooping at the data passing through their networks.
PC World's Tom Spring looks at what to expect from this week's Consumer Electronics trade show in Las Vegas.
AC/DC’s decision to bypass the iTunes Store in favor of Verizon’s online service is part of a growing backlash against Apple’s online store, according to PC World’s Tom Spring.
AT&T and Apple stores are planning longer hours to accommodate iPhone shoppers on June 29.
An erroneous news report suggesting another delay in the iPhone and Leopard sent Apple stock tumbling on Wednesday.
Two congressmen proposed a bill that would reverse a recent regulatory decision that nearly triples the amount of royalties Internet radio broadcasters are required to pay.
Our colleagues at PC World look at EMI's decision to drop DMR from their iTunes Store offerings and answer your frequently asked questions.
The swarm of spam is increasing and it doesn't seem we will be able to stop it.