Mark it down in your calendars; make an entry in your journal. Blog about it, or cut a video to remember it all. This is the week that computing has changed, quite possibly forever.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is giving $26 million to Washington State University for its School for Global Animal Health.
It took a man-made disaster to topple a celebrity from the top spot on Yahoo Inc.'s annual list of most popular search requests.
European regulators are tackling a puzzle that could shift the balance of power on the Internet: Is Google stifling competition by juicing its search results to favor its services over its rivals?
European Union regulators will investigate whether Google Inc. has abused its dominant position in the online search market _ the first major probe into the online giant's business practices.
European Union regulators will investigate whether Google Inc. has abused its dominant position in the online search market by deliberately lowering links to smaller rivals' sites in its search results.
In a told-you-so moment for Nintendo, sales of the Wii console are picking up, with 600,000 of them sold in the U.S. last week, according to the company.
European Union regulators will probe whether Google Inc. has been manipulating its search results to stifle competition, funnel more traffic to its own services and protect its global stranglehold of the online search market.
It's that time of year again - and for readers of this space, I have exactly four weeks to dispense buying advice/tips before Dec. 25. (Readers who celebrate Hanukkah are less fortunate advicewise: The Jewish festival begins at sundown Wednesday and ends Dec. 9.)