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The Arizona senator gets feisty with CEO Tim Cook during a Senate panel's grilling of top Apple brass over the company's offshore tax avoidance practices.
It's been an open secret, but now it's official --- Advanced Micro Devices is in all three eighth-generation game consoles, including Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One.
The Dish Network mobile app just got a makeover, adding access to On Demand programming on Android and iOS, as well as Dish Anywhere integration with social networks.
A recent Pew Internet study reveals that teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past.
Apple's top brass faced off against a Senate panel today over tax practices that members of Congress claim has robbed the U.S. Treasury of billions in revenue.
Newly minted Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will take over the Intel Architecture Group and pledges faster movement into the mobile device market and other areas.
The Federal Communications Commission is "moving full speed ahead" to make more spectrum available, Acting Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn assured the wireless industry during a keynote speech Tuesday at CTIA in Las Vegas.
Microsoft is still trying to push its Kinect concept with the new Xbox, and whether it succeeds depends on whether it can finally work out the kinks.
NASA backs Anjan Contractor's concept of a 3D food printer which would use powder-filled cartridges to spit out meals for long-distance space missions and even here on Earth.
Sprint-owned prepaid brands Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile are both adding the Samsung Galaxy S III to their smartphone lineups.
Pandora today introduced Pandora Premieres "a new kind of station" that provides users with on-demand access to early album releases.
Always online is pretty typical these days. It's always on that needs to be avoided to keep PCs (and Xboxes) safe.
Despite an overall gain in the wireless phone industry's customer satisfaction, Apple dropped 2 percent in this year's American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Officials at Guantanamo Bay prison shut down access to wireless Internet service as well as social networks over the weekend amidst concerns about a coordinated cyber attack.
Facebook is facing allegations of doing shady business from none other than Slim Shady himself, rapper Eminem.