News last week that an arm of the World Health Organization said
cellphones might raise the risk of brain cancer has been greeted by
Americans mostly with a shrug of the shoulder — one that's pinning a
cellphone to the ear.
A new push is on to collect online charges to pay the
musicians and journalists who make online content.
Internet phone service Skype says a "small percentage" of its users have
been unable to sign in.
Google Inc. launched its bid to dominate a world where the smartphone
has replaced the wallet.
The lighter, slimmer new version of Barnes & Noble's
e-reader has a black-and-white touch screen.
About 500,000 merchants have Square's credit-card
readers, which the co. has given away for free since '09.
Increasingly, doctors are using mobile apps to access patient information.
Could the Internet mean the end of snow days? Some schools think so.