Apple and Amazon are looking into ways to complicate the already-complicated relationship between you and your digital property.
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Motorola may be owned by Google now, but the company is still bleeding cash — and employees.
With dark, Apple-shaped clouds approaching, Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy is stepping down.
The new Facebook News Feed is here, and I hate it already, I think.
Android malware has reached a new, dangerous high — at least if you believe F-Secure.
The battle between Google and Microsoft has turned increasingly bitter — and juvenile.
After hearing the overwhelming outcry from customers, Microsoft will let Office 2013 users transfer their licences to new computers.
Microsoft’s Windows RT ambitions are off to a tepid start, and Samsung’s had enough.
HTC sales have reached their lowest point since 2010, erasing the company’s Android rise entirely.
FindTheBest is the first and only site that I’ve seen that lets you compare both STD clinics and dog breeds — so it probably deserves the $11 million its getting.
While the Internet giants have become increasingly aggressive towards the notion of online anonymity, Vint Cerf says that the pseudonym still has its place. God bless him.
Google wants to stick it to Amazon with “Google Shipping Express”, its same-day shipping service.
Microsoft’s anti-Google TV ads are on their way out. Thank goodness.
Can e-cigarettes ruin your body? No one’s quite sure yet — which is why it’s probably a bad time to start smoking them.
The smartphone market is still Apple,Samsung — and then everyone else. And Sony wants to be the top of that “everyone else.”
Facebook is on the verge of its first major News Feed redesign since 2011. Your Facebook friends are going to love it.
Vint Cerf is either out of his mind or our generation’s greatest visionary. I’m thinking he’s a bit of both.
Smartphones may make Hollywood lots of money one day, but first it’s got to go after mobile bad guys.
Special effects technology has brought Audrey Hepburn back to life — but should it have?
Thom Yorke still hates the music industry, but he’s already had a huge hand in changing it.
Comcast’s new anti-piracy system may not be the most novel, but it might just be the most effective.
Sergey Brin keeps trying to convince me that I need Google Glass — but so far I’m not buying it.
Game of Thrones director David Petrarca says that piracy is actually a good thing for his show — and you should agree with him.
Samsung has annouced its answer to Passbook, and unsurprisingly, it looks a lot like Passbook.
Editor’s Pick 3D printing is moving fast, and existing copyright law is having a rough time keeping up.
Google’s Andy Rubin may deny Google needs its own stores, but reality says otherwise.
Streaming services like Spotify are helping the music industry claw back to growth.
Ever wanted to see how Google designs its Google Doodles? Here’s your chance.
Guest Post Startups have as much to learn about success as they do from failure.
With Guardly’s new indoor location data system, emergency responders have a powerful tool to find exactly where emergency calls are coming from.
‘Bait apps’ like Tap Fish have cost parents lots of money and even more frustration. Now, Apple wants to give that cash back.
Nike has discovered the rapid prototyping power of 3D printing, and it could change sneakers forever.
The New York Times’s negative review of the Model S scared lots of would-be buyers into canceling their orders, says Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
With its webOS’s move to LG, its story has reached its latest, and perhaps strangest, chapter yet.
The rise of the “bring your own device” movement is making some big bucks for AirWatch, which has raised $200 million.
Mozilla’s mission to put inexpensive smartphones in the hands of more people is getting some significant support from manufacturers and carriers.
After spending a year recovering from its TouchPad fiasco, HP is making a return to tablets with the Slate 7.
The New York Police Department has created a team to work with Apple to retrieve stolen iPhones and iPads.
Guest Post Silicon Valley and New York City are both bustling hubs of tech innovation — and equally attractive for job-seeking techies.
Like Airbnb for 3D printers, Makexyz links the 3D printer owners of the world with the designers that need them