In a challenge to Groupon, AT&T began pre-registration for consumers in a few cities for its new e-mail coupon service.
CNET offers a FAQ on the Sony PlayStation data breach.
The Associated Press examines why Americans continue to offer up their personal information to companies despite the persistent threat of data breaches.
The price of fame: The man who unknowingly live-tweeted about the attack on Osama bin Laden has been hacked.
South Korean officials raided Google’s Seoul office over illegal data collection.
Twitter is offering $50 million for the popular TweetDeck program, which aggregates social networks.
Bad news for electronics manufacturers: Americans are buying fewer televisions.
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