Apple and Samsung take their patent fight back to the future.
A company survey states that human error is at the root of 80 percent of network downtime.
Without version numbers, how could users ignore how far behind they are?
As the worldwide economy wavers, it seems even spammers are turning against each other.
Water cooling could safeguard expanding data centers, but current liquid systems are not ready for prime time.
The move gives Google the potential to compete better against Apple, which controls software and hardware for all Apple OS devices.
The FCC's new 911 will add video and text capability, but when? There's one example to follow.
A study seems to show that red and blue states prefer different mobile platforms.
The Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011 would require ISPs to keep users' credit card and other personal data — and wouldn't require police to get a warrant to see it.
IT flubs make techno-thrillers such as Dan Brown's "Digital Fortress" unintentionally funny.
Do feds really need another social networking site? Does anyone?
The Justice Department wants an Internet ban to be a condition for pretrial release of a suspected member of Anonymous.