Facebook is older and a little less hip. Is the social network the new email?
Apple apologizes in China over service policies, but state media attacks seen backfiring
Divided NY federal appeals court rejects lawsuit, giving green light to Aereo live TV service
Twitter ditches vowels, Google adds smells as digital world celebrates April Fools' Day
New Silicon Valley headquarters offer more perks than ever to recruit, retain talent
Federal Trade Commission awards $25,000 to winners of robocall-blocking technology contest
Dan Porter leaving Zynga a year after it bought his company OMGPop for $183 million
Once the world's fastest supercomputer, Los Alamos lab decides to decommission Roadrunner
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
FIFA picks goal-line technology system for Confederations Cup, 2014 World Cup in Brazil
Fairfax County's Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology plans $90M renovation
Los Angeles unveils city app for residents to report potholes, pay utility bills
Facebook is still the most popular social network out there, but there are signs teenagers aren't as excited about it as they used to be.
iPhone app connected to air, wind monitors gives Houston-area residents up-to-date smog data
Virtual reality, goggles and all, attempts comeback at Game Developers Conference
Crisis hotline operators reaching out to teens, 1 text at a time
Dell provides behind-the-scenes look at proposed $24.4 billion buyout, search for other bids
Apple patents iPhone with wraparound display, no physical buttons
Facebook to hold event on Thursday, details unknown beyond 'new home on Android'