I’ve been reviewing the Google timeline in an attempt to determine if the accusations about the search engine giant stealing Android from Apple hold up.
AquaBounty's controversial bid to release its genetically modified (GM) salmon has been criticized by a number of legislators.
It is very clear why Apple's iPad is the most successful device in the lucrative new tablet category: Cupertino simply does the best job of any vendor in terms of providing an end-to-end solution.
HP has worked up quite a reputation for being the king of drama over the last several years. However, this week the company shifted the drama where it belongs: with the products.
The war between x86 and ARM is heating up, while competitive tension between various ARM licensees is escalating.
A new study has linked teen violence to excessive consumption of sugary soda.
Parents in New York City are upset over a new sex ed curriculum that some consider too bawdy. And they may be right.
The Obama administration is taking a lot of heat for handing out $529 million to Fisker Automobile who then turned around and manufactured a luxury vehicle in Finland.
The TSA is hitting the Tennessee interstate highways to search for terrorists under the auspices of the Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) program.
McAfee held its annual Focus event in Las Vegas this week.
A United States Marine Corp Sergeant confronted a group of NYPD officers at the Occupy Times Square protests in a viral YouTube video.
The Federal Reserve is looking to hire some coders.
The price of textbooks is a problem in higher education that cannot be ignored. Since students are receiving little help from the education and copyright systems, Internet pirates have stepped in to help.
There have been some harsh charges leveled at General Motors (GM) over the corporation's controversial OnStar terms and conditions.
In case you haven’t heard, there were some alleged censorship issues with Facebook over the weekend. We can blame it on an algorithm - at least for now.
Many people have mixed feelings about the hacker collective known as Anonymous. Their newest display of hacktivism against the BART system’s website only makes the group look, well, rather silly.
Many people want to be “green” and find cleaner more sustainable fuel sources. Unfortunately, the desire for these friendly biofuels is driving up the price of food.
The hacker collective Anonymous is planning a peaceful occupation of a very mysterious place. Have you ever heard of Bohemian Grove?
I used to like to make pretend things out of cardboard when I was child. But I never thought they’d really be making things out of cardboard when I was an adult.
The Olympics aren’t until summer 2012, but the United States is now losing an important race. The U.S. has fallen behind Russia in the all-important space race.