Online portal announces the general launch of Yahoo Answers, a community based service which lets users ask and answer topical questions of others.
A Pennsylvania congressman has introduced legislation which would ban minors from social networking sites like MySpace and Friendster. (lol! r u kidding?)
Yahoo, NBC, and Spanish language TV network Telemundo are combining their U.S. Hispanic Internet offerings under the moniker Yahoo! Telemundo.
Two groups to collaborate on "large-scale content projects" which will deliver materials from a variety of Hearst publications to MSN's Lifestyle Channel.
Internet telephony provider to allow existing customers the opportunity to participate in the company's planned IPO provided they meet certain criteria.
It may lack the bells and whistles of a high-end smartphone, but it sure beats using Skype with a laptop's built-in microphone.
A New York politician has filed suit against Google, claiming the company profits by accepting advertising from sites containing child pornography.
Microsoft unveils a version of its local mapping service which plots where celebrities spend time in their home towns.
Broadcast network CBS has launched innertube, a free ad-supported Web site which will feature new programming as well as existing networking shows.
Fisher-Price has announced "real" Kid-Tough electronics for pre-schoolers, including a digital camera and a portable music player.
Two companies announce a sweepstakes which utilizes Google Earth to help users find clues so they can win a new Mazda CX-7.
For the house that has everything (but just doesn't have it on the patio) Frontgate is offering a weather-proof outdoor media center.
Hey, remember that online game which sold a virtual space station for $100K last year? Now they've got a cash card.
Apple's Steve Jobs has struck deals with four of the largest music distributors which will keep U.S. pricing in the iTunes Music Store at $0.99 per song.
If you were worried the Scooba mopping robot might not be up to snuff, fear not: it just earned the Good Housekeeping Seal of approval.