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SOPA blackout: Google says 4.5 million people signed its anti-SOPA, anti-PIPA petition during on Wednesday.
SOPA: SOPA blackouts are popping up all over the Internet, but how many people have been moved to act?
The protests against the House's Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Senate's Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) spread from the Web into the streets of New York on Wednesday and more in-person protests are scheduled for San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas and Washington D.C.
Just one day after Research In Motion shares received boost off news that Samsung Electronics might be interested in buying the struggling smartphone and tablet maker, Samsung came out on Wednesday and said the rumored deal isn't happening.
A list of websites taking part in protesting SOPA and PIPA -- including Google, Wikipedia, Craigslist, Reddit, Boing Boing, Ars Technica, Wired, The Verge, TechCrunch, O'Reilly Radar, 4Chan, Mozilla Firefox's start page, MoveOn.org, WordPress, Xkcd and Fark.
Three co-sponsors of the SOPA and PIPA anti-piracy bills in Congress have publicly withdrawn their support as Wikipedia and thousands of websites blacked out their pages Wednesday to protest the legislation.
Wikipedia's pages can still be reached during the Internet blackout protest of the SOPA and PIPA online piracy bills.
One of my major complaints when I'm reviewing just about any top-of-the-line Android smartphone on Verizon is the price. Samsung's Galaxy Nexus and Motorola's Droid Razr and Droid Bionic each launched at a price of $299.99 and each phone packed...
SOPA: Despite the anti-SOPA protests scheduled for Jan. 18, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith says Congress will reexamine the bill in February.
Bloomberg News reported that Apple's next iPad would go on sale in March with 4G LTE connectivity (the first two iPads have Wi-Fi or 3G), a faster processor and a higher resolution touch screen.
In an end of an era at Yahoo, founder Jerry Yang has stepped down from the struggling Internet company's board.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is again at the center of buyout rumors and this time the speculated buyer is consumer electronics giant Samsung.
Wikipedia blackout: Wikipedia joins the Internet blackout in protest of SOPA and PIPA, the anti-piracy acts that are making their way through congress.
Apple has reportedly filed another patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung in Germany, this time calling for a sales ban on 10 smartphones it says crib on its design rights. The design suit -- which calls for a ban on the GalaxyShow More Summary
Wikipedia to go dark for 24 hours to protest SOPA
Beats Electronics and Monster Cable Products, which defined the $1-billion headphone industry with the Beats by Dr. Dre line, will part ways at year's end. But first, a wave of new Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and boom boxes (built by Monster) will hit store shelves.
Waterproof phones: HzO WaterBlock for electronic devices could usher in a world of waterproof smartphones.
Steve Wozniak: A story about Steve Wozniak in the Daily Beast suggets the Apple co-founder prefers Android to iPhone.
A Steve Jobs doll has been pulled from the market after pressure from Apple's lawyers and the late tech visionary's family.
Skype can be used to make voice and video calls over the Web using PCs, a number of TVs and Blu-Ray players, Facebook and via smartphone apps found on BlackBerrys, Androids, iPhones and iPads. Yet, despite Microsoft buying Skype at a price of $8.5-billion in October, you still can't make a Skype call on a Windows Phone handset. Show More Summary