The fallout from a hacking attack on Gawker Media Inc. a week ago underscores a basic security risk of living more of our lives online: Using the same username and password for multiple sites is convenient, but costly.
Connecticut's attorney general says Google is refusing to give him access to data it collected about state residents from public Wi-Fi networks.
Competition among smart phone makers is heating up at retail, in advertising and, increasingly, in the courtroom as handset and software makers wield patent lawsuits to protect their turf and slow down their rivals.
A former psychiatric patient convicted of stalking Uma Thurman was jailed Friday after he was charged with again trying to contact the Oscar-nominated actress.
MySpace has extended its search and advertising deal with online search leader Google Inc. for several years, though it's doubtful that it's worth as much as the original agreement the two signed in 2007.
MapQuest is diving farther into crowdsourcing, with online maps edited by the people, for the people.
MySpace says it has extended its search and advertising deal with online search leader Google for several years.
In a story Dec. 6, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the new Nexus S phone running Google Inc.'s software can make payments using a special chip. The current version of the phone has the chip but does not support the payment feature, and Google has not said whether it will become available.
For some people, the holidays go hand in hand with gingerbread, in the form of houses or cookie-cutter men. This year, you can add smart phones _ specifically, the Nexus S, the first device running the freshest version of Google's Android operating software, Gingerbread.