Opera has teamed up with eight other companies to create a website for all your HTML5 and CSS3 needs.
Kaspersky Lab tells the grim story of outdated DSL modem firmware which opened the door to the big bad hackers throughout Brazil.
This new series is compatible with fixed wireless broadband subscriptions offered by Verizon and AT&T.
Twitter is ordered to hand over tweets of an Occupy Wall Street protestor, or face a substantial fine.
One World of Warcraft gamer has discovered that his screenshots secretly contain user info like the current server IP address, and the time the shot was taken.
The new Amazon Silk browser will sport a "Trending Now" feature that will show where Kindle Fire users are frequenting the most.
Here's an interesting rumor to kick off your weekend: Apple is apparently working on a music service to rival Pandora.