One chapter is closing - and another is opening - as Stanford University moves toward the creation of its first "bookless library."
Microsoft is defending the security of Windows in the wake of reports internet giant Google is phasing out its use of the operating system because of security concerns.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs shared a secret with his audience at a technology conference outside Los Angeles yesterday: The idea for the iPad came before the iPhone.
Taiwanese electronics firms displayed a slew of e-readers at an industry show, with one maker unveiling a lightweight model that can display a full magazine page in colour.
There's no safe place on the web, reports former hacker Marc Maiffret, who shared some interesting insights recently with CNET.com regarding Internet security.
Taiwan's AsusTek has unveiled a portable tablet computer that runs on Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, joining a slew of manufacturers trying to tap demand for the sleek devices following Apple's launch of the iPad.
Six websites run by a Florida man violated copyright laws by allowing visitors to view Batman and other comic books for free without permission from the publishers or authors, government lawyers charge in a federal lawsuit.
Technophiles mobbed Apple Stores in Europe and Asia during the weekend in a quest to snatch up the hottest gadget of the moment - the iPad.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made a donation to help four US college students seeking to create an alternative to the social media behemoth.
Three men have been indicted on federal charges that accuse them of conning people in more than 60 countries into buying $100 million in bogus software by convincing them their computers were infected by malicious programs.
Reading Leo Tolstoy's classic novel War and Peace or Charles Dickens' A tale of Two Cities took on a new meaning in New Zealand today with the launch of the country's first electronic book reader and electronic book service.
Facebook has responded to privacy concerns by announcing simplified privacy controls and applying them retroactively, so users can protect the status updates and photos they have posted in the past.
For the first time in the long history of the duelling computer companies, Apple's market capitalisation passed that of rival Microsoft, making Apple the most valuable technology company in the world. Apple shares closed at $244.18, giving it a market cap of $222.6 billion, compared with Microsoft, which has a total stock value of $219.4 billion.
It might go against conventional wisdom, but a new report is adding fuel to the argument that young people are fast becoming the gurus of online reputation management - especially when it comes to social networking sites.
Facebook will roll out new, simpler privacy controls today, after criticism of its latest privacy settings by users, governments and privacy groups, including New Zealand's Privacy Commissioner.
A Chinese employee of Foxconn Technology Group jumped from a building to his death yesterday, in the 10th suicide this year at the world's largest contract maker of electronics.
Microsoft says two key executives from the group that makes the Xbox 360 game system, Windows mobile phones and Zune media players are leaving the company.
Keeping cellphones off during flights will soon be a thing of the past with Air New Zealand set to introduce new aircraft with mobile and web services later this year.
Nokia will run mapping and navigation services for Yahoo in an acknowledgement that the slumping internet company hasn't kept up with rival Google in the increasingly important area of location services.