A race car sponsored by federal media regulators to get the word out about the digital television transition crashed in its first appearance.
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New feature, Mail Goggles, requires late-night e-mailers to solve a few math problems in order to send messages.
The online auction hub on Monday announced plans to trim its global workforce.
New "MyKey" feature designed for parents of teenager drivers.
Federal agents have raided the apartment of a Democratic delegate's son to search for evidence related to the hacking of an e-mail account of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Some big tech merger news today as Best Buy Co. Inc. announced plans to buy Napster Inc. for $121 million in a move the nation's largest consumer electronics retailer says will open the doors to new digital entertainment customers.
Apple Corp. on Tuesday unveiled a revamped lineup of iPod music players.
Wilmington, N.C., on Monday became the first market in the U.S. to transition from analog to digital TV.
While the Internet, cell phones and computers can be a source of effective learning and communication for children, technology has also become a tool for harassing fellow students.
Reporters Without Borders is calling on Google Inc. to defy a Bombay court order that instructed its Indian subsidiary to reveal the name of a blogger who used its Blogger Web platform to criticize an Indian construction equipment company.
More than 7 million Internet domains are registered as ".org," sites, making it the third-most popular domain after ".com" and ".net."
Former rivals announce details of the newly combined company.
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AT&T Inc. on Tuesday announced the pricing structure of Apple Corp.'s much-anticipated iPhone 3G, which is going to run on the company's fastest network.