When a British journalist's account was suspended by Twitter over tweets concerning NBC's Olympics coverage, who's in the wrong? The circumstances confuses the issue considerably, especially when you learn that Twitter and NBC are business partners...
iCrime is on the rise, with the release of the truly stunning statistic that forty percent of all stolen items in New York City is an Apple product. Well, at least the thieves have good taste...?
An old favorite of lovelorn music geeks all 'round is making a comeback in these digital times with the news that MakerBot has worked out a way to bring the mixtape back to the world.
Would you pay $50 for an ad-free Twitter? Dalton Caldwell and his App.Net subscription model proposal is hoping that the answer is "yes."
Amazon's Q2 earnings report has been released, and despite a 29 percent jump in sales, income has fallen an amazing 96 percent. Apparently, this isn't bad news, according to analysts, thereby demonstrating that the world of high finance is a confusing one for…
Introducing the latest pay-what-you-want offer: Six new albums from the likes of Jonathan Coulton, They Might Be Giants and OK Go - and part of your chosen amount can go directly to charity, too.
The Twitter account of Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney got a massive influx of new followers last weekend, but almost all of them appeared to be fictional. But where did they come from?
After you've built one of the most high-tech surveillance spaces in the country, what's next? Apparently, opening it up to academics to use for the betterment of science.
Barack Obama's YouTube account has passed 200,000,000 views this week. Is this proof that we're in the age of the digital video Presidential cycle?
Four months after online gaming community Gamigo was hacked, over eight million email addresses and passwords from the site's database have been made public.
If you've thought about self-publishing your writing as an eBook, then the good news is that mainstream print publishers are paying more attention to that medium, even going so far as to purchase companies to make it easier for you. The bad news is, you'll…
When is a political campaign ad too much for YouTube? When it's accused of infringing copyright - but Mitt Romney's anti-Obama ad is back on the service now after the service declares it fair use.
Our Internet is under threat of United Nations control, apparently - Despite the UN denying any such interests - leading to a new call for US Secretary Clinton to form a new coalition of the willing to save the day.