These patents covered every step for a perfectly prepared holiday meal.
My mother is not a typical Internet commenter.
The founder of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics walks us through her media consumption on her proliferating Apple devices. "I wish they all had the same plug."
Today marks the 15th anniversary of Google: What would the Internet look like if there were no Google today?
If you want to write a column about how terrible Twitter is, do it now — before the company has its initial public offering this November, goes corporate, and becomes (if past is prologue) uncool.
It's less than a week before Obamacare is scheduled to open up to the public and the exchanges are experiencing some technical difficulties — a perfect opening to assign some blame. But to whom?
Bill Gates "finally" caved to pressure and admitted that CTRL-Alt-Delete was a "mistake," which seems a little harsh for a three-key combination used by frustrated PC users for decades.
Today's Travel Lesson: Don't tweet mean things about easyJet just before boarding an easyJet flight.
Everyone is making fun of Samsung this morning for blatantly copying Apple's winning strategy — releasing a gold Galaxy S IV right after Apple released and then quickly sold out of its gold iPhone 5S — when really it was Apple that copied Samsung.
The latest update to Amazon's Kindle Fire raises the price of the tablet up from that lovely sounding $200 figure to a starting price of $229 — although that number can go as high as $479 — making it the cheap tablet no more.
The man (and the mystery) behind Horse_ebooks, the popular "spam" Twitter account, turns out to be a guy who works at Buzzfeed using it for self-promotion or performance art, but it wasn't always that way.
Continuing its attempt to disassociate from Facebook, Twitter has picked the New York Stock Exchange to list its stock, rather than the glitchy NASDAQ, for its impending IPO.
The end is near for BlackBerry, which has filed a "letter of intent" to sell itself to Fairfax Financial and go private, according to a company announcement on Monday afternoon.
Apple sold a record-breaking 9 million iPhone 5S and 5C models over the weekend, likely because of high demand for that gold iPhone 5S.
BlackBerry has confirmed rumors of massive job cuts, announcing 4,500 layoffs this afternoon, amid a lot of other terrible news.
We have been covering people's frustrations with Apple's iOS 7, but is it the most frustrating iOS update ever? No, at least not according to Google searches, which suggest iOS 5 sent more people searching for glitch fixes than this year's upgrade.
The psychology of iPhone buying is such that people will want the gold iPhone and Apple knows that, which is why it's no surprise that the iPhone's newest color is already in short supply after less than a day of sales.
After much speculation about how Pinterest would make money off of its wildly popular service, the company has finally announced a monetization strategy: Sponsored Pins.
Kate Losse, the author of last year's Boy Kings, which outlined the early culture at Facebook from her experiences as employee 51, has accused Dave Eggers of stealing her book idea for his forthcoming novel The Circle.
Now the most adventurous iPhone owners have upgraded their software to the new, flat iOS 7, the software's initial kinks have started to show.