Director of upcoming Lord of the Rings prequel "The Hobbit" says he's shooting the film at 48-frames-per-second, rather than 24 fps, because it looks far superior.
A group of Huffington Post bloggers have filed a lawsuit against the publication, its founder Arianna Huffington and parent company AOL for not being paid for their work.
The Microsoft vs Google tussle took another turn this week, with Microsoft blaming Google of falsely advertising the security clearance of its Google Apps for Government software.
Legal problems continue for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg this week, with Paul Ceglia, the man who has filed a lawsuit that that he owns at least 50 percent of Facebook, submitting a swath of emails that he says proves his case.
Digital copies of best-selling novel "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" has become the first e-book to pass the 1 million sold threshold.
Facebook has reportedly signed a deal with China's most popular search engine company to launch a new social network in the digitally repressed Asian nation.
Launched today, Kiip is a new type of advertising network that gives mobile game players real-life rewards for in-game achievements.
The US State Department has so far launched a dozen apps to help aid pro-democracy activists around the world, including a "panic button" app that wipes a cell phone's address book.
A newly invented breed of engine, known as a Wave Disk Generator, is lighter and more efficient than conventional combustion engines, and could reduce auto emissions by up to 90 percent.
Time Warner Cable and Viacom have filed lawsuits against each other over the cable company's new iPad app that streams live TV.
Rumor has it that Best Buy and Apple are at odds, which has put the electronics retail giant's sales of the iPad 2 on hold. But who is angry with whom remains a mystery.
Determined to further Google's top spot in the tech industry, returning CEO Larry Page has begun to restructure the company, and add financial incentives to employees to create a winning social media strategy.