Sex offenders fled California together more than once before serial killings
Judge rules convicted serial rapist to be released to live in Los Angeles County community
Celebrating 20th anniversary of 'Pulp Fiction,' Tarantino calls digital 'the death of cinema'
Court rejects challenge to FCC rural broadband plan
Review: Microsoft's new Surface Pro tablet works as laptop, but comes with trade-offs
Business, productivity apps let on-the-go small business owners run companies from their palms
China says it will step up scrutiny of Internet technology products for security flaws
UW-Whitewater professor sues student for online comments that teacher says are defamatory
DryBox uses a combination of heat and pressure to extract moisture from a wet phone in about 30 minutes. And its new kiosk in D.C. is attracting customers anxious to bring a wet phone back to life.
Microsoft markets latest, 12-inch Surface tablet to those who don't want separate laptop
The malware uses an obfuscation technique that constantly changes its appearance to avoid detection, but there are indicators your computer is infected.
Whether I'm at a barbeque or a bat mitzvah, there's one question I'm asked again and again: "What's the best way to back up my personal files and photos?"
FBI: More than half-million computers in over 100 countries infected by BlackShades malware
Germany clamps down on exports of surveillance technology
Google buys Divide in effort to expand corporate usage of Android smartphones, tablets
Insurance often comes down to legal requirements and financial hits. We have to insure our cars and we insure our health because, without it, bankruptcy could be reality when faced with a major illness. But what about that furry face that greets your every morning and curls up with you at night?
Google and Apple reach an agreement on smartphone patent disputes
Wonder how Jimi Hendrix would look today? Now you can find out. New age progression technology could also help investigators location missing children, long after they disappeared.
Cuba's first mobile email experiment causes chaos, widespread problems with cell-phone service
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