It appears Congress isn't as upset about the various NSA and FBI programs revealed to the public last week as some Internet activists would like. Can 86 rights organizations rekindle the organizational oomph they had against SOPA/PIPA with Stopwatching.us?
Apple's best feature iOS 7 isn't Parallax, nor is it iOS 7's intuitive control system. No, iOS 7's best feature is simple: blocking spam phonecalls and text messages.
It turns out that 3D printers are transforming more than just the do-it-yourself industry - it's also helping major shoe manufacturers, like Nike, to pick up the pace and quickly produce better shoes.
Apple's recent iOS 7 announcement has attracted the attention of more that just Apple fans — it also attracted the attention of law enforcement officials. Those officials were concerned Apple isn't doing enough to deter iPhone thefts. Is Activation Lock the answer?
Pakistan is asking Google to block certain offensive YouTube videos. It's not the first time the Islamic Republic has asked for this, but can a more aggressive stance — say, blocking all of Google — get the company to censor?
Adobe has released Lightroom 5, well ahead of the software giant's Creative Cloud offering. Here's what photographers and image lovers can expect.
It turns out the leaked images of Microsoft's next iteration of Windows Phone 8, dubbed Windows Phone 8.1 or Windows Phone Blue, were legitimate. So legitimate, that Microsoft remotely locked the phone and asked for its return. But unlike Apple, this return didn't involve a lawsuit.
Ars Technica has acquired some interesting footage of Intel's new user interface for Tizen, an open-sourced mobile operating system set to hit the Eastern market this fall. Could it hit stateside too?
Google is apparently finalizing a deal to buy the crowdsource mapping service, Waze, for $1 billion. But Google already has a premium mapping service. Why would the Internet giant need Waze? Well, sometime social applications need to be chased after.
Google has paid tribute to the late Maurice Sendak, author of popular children's books, including "Where the Wild Things Are," in the best way it knows how: by creating a heart-warming Google Doodle.
MakerBot, the consumer-grade 3D printer which has won the hearts of 3D printing enthusiasts across the world, could soon be acquired by the industrial 3D-printer manufacturer Stratasys. Will MakerBot stay independent?
First it was GameStop. And now, Best Buy has released a memo instructing employees to return any unopened or new models of Nintendo's basic Wii U console. Is Nintendo killing off its base model in response to slow sales?
Things just keep on getting worse for the NSA. Details of a third top-secret cyberespionage program, named Boundless Informant, have leaked. But the leaks, it appears, are going to stop. The leaker, Edward Snowden, has come forward.
Kim Dotcom New Zealand millionaire, Internet celebrity and target of U.S. copyright enforcers, has called on the EU to build a new alternative to Google in light of certain U.S. cybersecurity programs. Is the EU up to the task?