Youth plugged in nearly most of the day: study
The amount of time youngsters are spending on the web has ballooned to proportions that exceed the average adults full working week, according to a new study. Read full article.
Microsoft to issue Google attack browser patch
Microsoft Corp said it will issue a patch to fix the old version of its Internet Explorer browser that allowed recent attacks on Google Inc's network in China. Read full article.
Nearly half of Google News users just skim headlines
Nearly half of the users of Google News skim the headlines at the news aggregator site without clicking through to the publisher, according to new research. Read full article.
New York Times will charge for news on website
The New York Times will make people pay for articles online starting next year, marking a big move by a prominent newspaper to find ways to survive on the Web as print subscriptions and advertising sales fall. Read full article.
Sony's Motion Controller to debut in the fall
Sony Computer Entertainment announced Wednesday that it plans to roll out its new motion controller for the PlayStation 3 this fall. Read full article.
Microsoft seeks to replace Google on iPhone: report
Apple Inc is talking with Microsoft Corp about making it the default search engine provider for the iPhone, replacing Google Inc, BusinessWeek reported on Wednesday. Read full article.
Amazon ups royalty on low-cost books sold on Kindle
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc introduced a plan on Wednesday to offer authors and publishers a bigger cut of the discount books sold on its popular Kindle electronic reader. Read full article.