Time to start marking off days on the calendar.
Google and a number of other ad networks have been accused of tracking users web browsing by using a loophole to circumvent Safari's default security settings.
Apple has requested that the FLA carry out inspections following criticism of how factory workers are treated.
News-sharing site Reddit has changed its policy regarding the posting of suggestive images of minors.
Google already offers users several options to help ensure the security of their Gmail account. However, never one to rest on its laurels, the company is testing out another secure log-in option that uses QR codes.
Sony has denied that it apologized for the glitch allegedly affecting users of its newest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita.
Google is apparently working on wearable technology, which some circles say is actually a pair of glasses.
Google has stepped in and put a stop to Google Shoot View, a game that uses Google Street View as the setting for a first person shooter.
Nokia says young people want something different that sets them apart from the crowd of iPhones and complicated Android devices.