It isn't a good thing when a government-sanctioned entity is criticizing a company over a decision that the government needs to approve.
Is Facebook getting ready to move into the stock market?
Retailers rejoiced this past weekend as Black Friday sales jumped ahead of last year's numbers, but it was mostly due to a huge increase in online sales.
A lucky fisherman in Massachusetts recently caught a tuna weighing a whopping 881-pounds. Unfortunately, his excitement didn't last all that long - because the feds confiscated the giant fish.
US Senator Joe Lieberman is calling on Google to censor more content on its blog platform. Why?
Hotmail was so well-liked by users that Microsoft acquired it for around $400 million. Now Hotmail co-founder Sabeer Bhatia is hoping for similar success with Jaxtr SMS, a free text messaging service.
There are now more smartphones being shipped to China than any other country.
Apple's giant retail presence at one of the most iconic landmarks in the country won't be ready in time for this week's big shopping holiday, despite speculation that it would.
Deep down, we all knew it was only a matter of time.
General Motors (GM) has introduced a way to turn parking spots into solar charging stations for electric vehicles: a Tracking Solar Tree that moves with the sun to better collect the energizing rays it gives off.
The company that owns the rights to Playboy.com and other adult websites has filed a lawsuit to prevent '.xxx' from creeping into its turf.
Samsung has made a few minor tweaks to its Galaxy Tab Android tablet so that it no longer violates the Apple patents that led to a ban in Germany.
Lancaster City Council has approved the filming of its citizens from above. Yes, the California town will soon begin using a camera-equipped spy plane to monitor potential criminal activity.
Just a matter of days after Google's long-anticipated digital music service resurfaced in the blogosphere, there are new rumblings that the search giant might be closing in on a deal with Universal.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not be securing any holiday cheer this Christmas.
Yelp has enlisted the help of Goldman Sachs Group and Citigroup as it prepares to go public.
Without a lot of hype and fanfare, Amazon has snatched up a new company focused on text-to-speech technology.
AT&T has pushed back the date when it says it hopes the acquisition of T-Mobile will be a done deal. No duh.
The initial public offering for daily deal site Groupon raised $700 million as one of the most exciting Internet IPOs in a while.
In just a few days, the authorized tell-all biography of Steve Jobs has, unsurprisingly, become the best-selling book on the market and is already nearing the list of top books of 2011.