Posted by Shirley Brady on March 15, 2011 06:00 PM
Japan's nuclear situation is "approaching Chernobyl" says official, as locals stock up and fears rise.
Adobe prepares for a possible future without Flash.
AOL and TechCrunch expose editorial differences in the wake of Engadget editors' departure.
Apple and other tablet-makers are poised to see lift from corporate IT sales.
BlackBerry-maker RIM thought the iPad would be a flop.
BMW set for record sales despite rising costs as former designer heads to Samsung.
Diddy isn't giddy about being named richest hip-hop artist.
eBay cuts fees and expands offering to attract sellers.
Former FCC chairman Michael Powell becomes top lobbyist for US cable industry.
Facebook doesn't 'like' Mark Zuckerberg action figure.
Google is reportedly preparing to test mobile payments, moves to reassure brands with anticounterfeiting measures.
Hulu is expanding into original programming.
News Corp. is upbeat about 3D TV.
Time Warner Cable's streaming video plan alarms TV networks and programmers.
Yahoo sees biggest drop in months on concerns about Japan unit.