Facebook Camera for iPhone was announced and launched just a few weeks after the social network purchased the similar Instagram app, which hasn’t (yet) been more fully integrated into core FB functionality. Here’s a hands-on look at this relatively recent app

Earlier this year, the voice of the global Internet spoke out—and defeated—proposed American legislation SOPA and PIPA, the Stop Online Privacy Act and the Protect IP Act, respectively. But now, a few American legislators believe that the power of online citizens can help draft a positive piece of online legislation—a “Digital Bill of Rights.” On Monday, Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) proposed the legislation to protect Internet users from intrusive legislation such as SOPA and PIPA . Modeled after the Bill of Rights to the U.S.

Just five more shopping days till Father’s Day, this Sunday June 17—and you’re still figuring out what to get him?

Verizon Wireless will soon be changing the way it charges its customers for phone usage: They’ll be billed based on data usage instead of on how many phone calls they’ve made or text messages they’ve sent.

Three tablets in our Ratings show how manufacturers make virtually the same device for less money, and what trade-offs—usually minimal—you’ll make when choosing the less expensive tablet. Asus, Samsung, and Toshiba each recently debuted cheaper versions of their tablets, keeping the new ones as appealing as the earlier, more expensive versions

Apple today previewed its newest mobile operating system, iOS 6, at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The company also announced the debut of the Siri voice-activated assistant on iPad and unveiled the first Apple Maps app

During Internet Week in New York, senior electronics editor Jim Willcox had a chance to I try LG’s new Google TVs briefly, to see how well they performed and what the Google TV platform added to LG’s already robust Smart TV Internet service. He was pleased with what he saw: They’re stylish and full-featured sets with lots of advanced features, including gesture-based remote controls and full access to Google apps.

Netgear, which already sells a $50 streaming media player, has launched a newer version called the NeoTV Pro (NTV200s), priced at $70. The new Neo TV Pro is the first to use Intel’s WiDi (Wireless Display) technology, which can display content from a WiDi-enabled laptop—including online videos, photos, and even sporting events like the London Olympics—on a TV. Like other streaming media players, including Apple’s revamped Apple TV , The Neo TV pro has access to shows and movies from Netflix.

Reports began to surface earlier today that 6.5 million passwords that appear to be from popular social-networking site LinkedIn had shown up online, in an encrypted form, —apparently posted by a hacker who was asking for help in deciphering them. An additional 1.5 million of these encrypted “hashes” appear to be passwords for dating site eHarmony, according to Ars Technica. LinkedIn confirmed on its blog that “some of the passwords that were compromised correspond to LinkedIn accounts” and that it is continuing to investigate

Aside from mirrorless cameras like the Nikon 1 V1, there have been few bright spots in the camera and camcorder markets. But manufacturers still appear hopeful