Freshly freed of the burden of making a television show, Charlie Sheen is looking for an intern with #TigerBlood to help him keep his train from plummeting off the nearest cliff.
Riding a wave of success for its coverage of the Middle East uprisings, Al Jazeera English plans to soon launch a new show with social networking at its core.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has a new puppy, named Beast — and the ball of fuzz already has its own Facebook page.
Sales of Apple's ultra-thin MacBook Air notebook line beat expectations during its first three months.
A judge has ruled that Sony may unmask the identities of anyone who visited the website of George "GeoHot" Hotz, which contained PlayStation 3 jailbreak tools.
AOL's Patch has purchased hyper-local news aggregation website Outside.In for less than the company has received from investors. Can Patch revive the floundering hyper-local news sector?
A new report indicates that Apple is in talks with the major record companies to negotiate new iTunes functionality that would allow users to download music files an unlimited number of times, to multiple devices.
The Chinese government has unveiled a new plan to track Beijing residents' cell phones in order to cut down on traffic congestion — or so they say.
Three young Brits have been jailed after running Gh0stMarket.net, described as a "Crimebook" for criminals, who used the site to steal over $26 million.