Despite Sony's accusations to the contrary, hacktivist group Anonymous says it did not break into Sony's PlayStation Network to steal credit card data.
Sony says that the hacker group Anonymous is behind, or at least partially responsible for, the huge security breach of its PlayStation Network — a claim the elusive hacktivists firmly deny.
Photo-sharing giant Photobucket has entered the mobile picture-manipulation realm with the release of Snapbucket, an Instagram competitor.
In a move that pushes the browser wars further into the public eye, Google has release the first television ad for its Chrome browser, and it does so by backing gay young people in need of support.
In a first for the electric motorcycle world, bike maker Brammo announced today a new line of dirt bikes that have six gears instead of none.
In only a few days, one photo of the Obama administration in the midst of the Osama bin Laden mission could soon become the most-viewed image on Flickr. And that's just the beginning.
Using satellite imagery and geological theories, UCLA undergraduate students conducted a study that gave Osama bin Laden a nearly 90 percent chance of hiding out in the exact location where he was killed this week — and they did it all the way back in 2009.
LG scales down the size of its notebook offerings with the release of the portable P430 and P530 notebooks with Intel Sandy Bridge Core i processors.
Apple has officially debuted its new line of iMac all-in-one desktop PCs, which now come loaded with Intel's Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 CPUs, FaceTime HD cameras and the lightning-quick Thunderbolt data transfer technology.
Location-gate heated to a blue and white glow for Google this week after police in South Korea "visited" the company's offices.
Every Facebook post is directly helping the US intelligence agencies spy on American citizens, says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
A new deal between publisher Time Inc. and Apple may signal a change in Cupertino's strict subscription policy.
Two Pakistani men took to Twitter when reports of helicopters and blasts began to emerge from Abbattabad, Pakistan, late yesterday. Little did they know that they were capturing the death of Osama Bin Laden in 140 characters or less.
Apple will reportedly release a new line of iMac all-in-one desktop computers on Tuesday.