The White House warned on Tuesday that President Barack Obama would veto a resolution introduced in the Senate that seeks to overturn "net neutrality" rules aimed at ensuring an open Internet.
BlackBerrys across the world buzzed back to life Thursday, leaving customers outraged and threatening to cost the granddaddy of all smartphones more business when it's already struggling to keep up in a crowded marketplace.
(AP) -- With TV network style, Yahoo is launching a fall slate of shows in a bid to strengthen its original programming.
Fujitsu develops prototype of world's first server that simultaneously delivers high performance, flexibility
Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced the construction of a next-generation server that, using resource pool architecture, is the world's first to succeed in the simultaneous delivery of high performance and flexibility.
Google has advised users of its online services in Iran to change their passwords following the theft of Internet security certificates from a Dutch company.
(AP) -- About 16 percent of Cubans are online in some capacity with access to email, the island's intranet or the worldwide Web, a government agency says.
Thousands of people in Silicon Valley are unemployed and looking for work. But for tech workers with the right skills, work is looking for them.
(AP) -- Internet radio station Pandora Media's IPO struck the right chord with investors Wednesday despite the static in the overall stock market.
The international online vigilante group "Anonymous" has taken revenge for the arrest of three of its hackers by blocking the web site of the Spanish police, officials said.
Google has been accused of overusing the "beta" tag on products it releases early. But with its new music service - Music - the beta tag is mandatory. It's still pretty raw, judging from my experience with it today.