Updated: 3:14 PM Nintendo is giving some journalists hands-on time with the upcoming Wii U game console on the sidelines of the International Consumer Electronics show.
Posted: 11:25 AM Google is sifting through the photos and commentary on its blossoming social network so its Internet search results can include more personal information.
Posted: 9:37 AM A meteorite stolen from the the University of New Mexico was found after a man in Missouri bought it for $1,700.
Posted: 5:39 PM Apple's CEO Tim Cook could well end up being the highest paid CEO in America in 2011.
Posted: 5:37 PM AT&T on Monday said it will sell a Nokia smartphone running Microsoft's Windows Phone software.
Posted: 3:21 PM Intel will launch a big advertising campaign in April to push its "ultrabook" concept.
Updated: 11:52 AM Production has started at a $4.6 billion state-of-the-art computer chip plant in upstate New York.
Posted: 11:49 AM The European Space Agency says it is allowing some member-states to use payment plans.
Posted: 11:08 AM Muve Music, the all-you-can listen music plan offered to subscribers of prepaid wireless carrier Cricket, has attracted more than 500,000 subscribers in its first year of operation.
Posted: 3:56 PM EBay's PayPal service is testing out a payments system in brick-and-mortar Home Depot stores.
Posted: 1:57 PM Millions of DVD renters who want to check out Warner Bros' latest movies won't get the chance until nearly two months after the discs are available to buy.
Posted: 3:18 PM In a move that is more antagonistic than damaging, HBO will no longer sell discounted DVDs to Netflix.
Posted: 10:26 AM A research firm has lowered its global technology spending growth forecast because of the sluggish economy and the euro crisis.
Posted: 3:45 PM AT&T will become the latest TV signal provider to settle a patent lawsuit involving the digital video recorder pioneer, TiVo.
Posted: 10:37 AM Yes, it really is Rupert Murdoch -- and not an impostor -- on Twitter.
Posted: 12:39 PM Here's another reason for holdouts to join the massive social media site Facebook: It's a great place to find a kidney.
Posted: 11:54 AM A small business owner in New York cancelled his health insurance a few years ago, and this time he pulled out a Groupon when he needed to save a few bucks at the dentist.
Posted: 4:47 PM A federal appeals court says a law granting telecommunications companies legal immunity for helping the National Security Agency with an email and telephone eavesdropping program is constitutional.
Posted: 11:51 AM Amazon.com Inc. said Thursday that people bought more than 1 million Kindles each week in December, making it the best holiday ever for the brand.
Posted: 11:26 AM In an apparent attempt to push subscribers to automatic payments, Verizon Wireless is introducing a $2 fee for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online with their credit cards.
Updated: 1:37 PM NASA says its twin spacecraft are on course to arrive back-to-back at the moon after a 3 1/2-month journey.
Posted: 9:28 AM Vietnam may block its citizens from using Facebook, but that didn't stop website founder Mark Zuckerberg from vacationing in the communist country.
Updated: 9:15 AM A Facebook post by a Utah woman prompted a welfare check that saved her and her son hostage for nearly five days. Now, their alleged captor is facing a variety of charges.
Posted: 3:40 PM Online shopping was up more than 16 percent this Christmas over last year.