Google doesn't talk about the most frequent search terms, but instead notes things we looked for in 2008 that we weren't looking for in 2007.
Amazing: a study out of the University of Tasmania finds that abbreviations used in text messages take much longer to understand than everyday English.
Bebo's new "Social Inbox" pulls together email, social networking services, and "media recommendations" - you know, ads - into one place.
The company's suite of office tools has been rounded out with an all-important task list for keeping track of day-to-day jobs.
iHome's iH15W iPod stereo system packs a subwoofer...and users can set it to any color they like, or let the unit cycle through colors to liven up a room.
After initial reports of Obama rocking a Zune in a Philly gym, the President Elect's spokesmen have actually intervened to clarify his position as an Apple user.
Monster Cable is pre-launching its Beats by Dr. Dre Tour in-ear headphones, claiming they feature the world's first tangle-free cables.
Google has rolled out a public beta of its social networking sign-in tool Friend Connect service, going head-to-head with Facebook Connect.
YouTube will attempt to keep kids' eyes off inappropriate videos by introducing a new category for and opening it to adults only.
AT&T has announced it's cutting about 12,000 jobs - roughly 4 percent of its workforce - in a move to cut costs and weather the economic downturn.
Blogging software maker Six Apart has acquired micro-blogging service Pownce...and is shutting it down, giving users two weeks to grab their data.
Going somewhere? Not without the right set of fingers.
The end of 2008 is barely in sight, and already Yahoo and AOL have announced their top search terms for the year.
The environmental group's latest rankings put Apple behind 13 other companies, despite a slight increase in its overall score.
MySpace Music finally has a leader: former MTV digital music executive Courtney Holt will be taking the reins beginning January 5, 2009.