Following calls from members of Congress to investigate the Google Buzz privacy backlash, Google wants to make sure Buzz users understand their privacy options.
Software maker phases out version of Windows Server that runs on Intel's once-promising 64-bit chip. The current version of SQL Server and upcoming release of Visual Studio will also be the last for Itanium.
Recently finalized federal fuel economy rules temporarily give electric and fuel cell vehicles credit for zero lifetime emissions, sparking debate.
A media event is planned to talk about the changes to the OS that powers the iPhone.
Incentives and new models make electric cars a realistic option, but the fresh attention may highlight flaws compared with gasoline and alternatives.
The software maker has sent out invitations for an event in San Francisco, though it won't say what it has up it's sleeve. CNET's Ina Fried is thinking it might be a Microsoft-designed consumer phone.
As the space shuttle program winds down, Discovery launches with 10 tons of supplies and equipment bound for the International Space Station.
Windows takes a hint and changes the name of its upcoming smartphones, why some people are willing to spend an extra $100 on Monster headphones, and the iPad has been officially launched and reviewed, thank goodness!
A group of kids pound an iPad with a bat and post the video to YouTube. Many viewers are outraged while others call the youths heroes.
Company releases first-day sales totals. In addition to selling more than 300,000 iPads on Saturday, more than 1 million iPad apps and 250,000 e-books were downloaded.