An unnamed developer is willing to change his/her name legally and shell out over $1600 for a WWDC 2012 ticket.
Just hours after its launch, China blocked locals from accessing Google Drive. Maybe it was over the terms of service?
Facebook is now offering antivirus software from Symantec, Sophos, Microsoft and more. Plus, the Android app has been updated with a rather interesting feature.
Dropbox users can now share videos, picures and documents to friends and family who don't need a Dropbox account.
The FBI wants Web surfers to check their PC or Mac for DNS Changer before the servers are switched off on July 9, cutting off their Internet access.
Fake ebooks are becoming a wide-spread problem in the book industry, and Amazon isn't helping the situation.
How much is all your personal data worth to app developers? This study somehow intends on finding out.
Yahoo will be divided into three divisions: Consumer, Regions and Technology according to an internal memo.
A company is basing its acquisition of RIM's BlackBerry assets off of a deal with an unnamed multi-platinum selling rapper.
Android partners are reportedly working on their own mobile operating systems in retaliation to the Motorola purchase.
Sony is looking to dish out the next PlayStation console before Microsoft's next-gen product arrives in 4Q13.
Verizon is getting ready to gobble up additional wireless spectrum, and wants to extend the local cable company's TV lineup via 3G/4G so you're no longer locked to Wi-Fi.
A third-party credit card payment processor has been hacked, and 10 million numbers may have been compromised.
The war against hackers won't be won unless companies change the way they use computer networks. UPDATED with a comment provided by the FBI.
A new hacker group called LulzSecReborn has already broken into two websites and dumped their sensitive private data.
Sega's Phantasy Star Online sequel will not only be free-to-play, but also available on iOS, Android and the PlayStation Vita.
Amazon's Kindle Store was reportedly down for the count for about an hour after the Harry Potter books hit its store shelves with a magical one-two punch.