It had to happen, but as we race to leave print behind, we should remember what we're losing as well.
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Believe it or not, homeless people were being used as Wi-Fi hotspots at Austin Texas' South by Southwest Interactive festival.
Google makes it easier than ever to keep snoopers out of your Google searches.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales stayed true to his word and transferred the popular online encyclopedia's domain registry from Go Daddy to MarkMonitor because Go Daddy had supported SOPA.
Google is combining its music, movie, video, e-book services and Android Market to create a do-it-all, on any device entertainment hub: Google Play.
After years as the top mobile Web browser, Opera has fallen to Android's built-in Web browser.
Google Chrome is still popular but Net Applications' new measurement rules pushes the popular Web browser numbers down.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's great Firefox HTTPS Everywhere browser security extension has been improved and there's now a beta version available for Google Chrome Web browser users.
Google is dropping out of the Pwn2Own security competition and offering up to a million dollar in prizes to hackers who can crack the Chrome Web browser on Windows 7.
After months in the making, ZDNet unveils its new story comment system.