We decided to head down to Toys R Us Times Square to check out the line for Microsoft's nearly-launched Kinect peripheral.
Google was just named the number one place to work in America, and really, is it any wonder when they have people cleaning employees' apartments and doing laundry?
Sex.com has been up for grabs for a while. The auction was supposed to take place earlier this year but didn't. Now the domain has officially been sold, and if you had any doubt about the age-old adage 'sex sells,' this should clear things right up.
The New York Department of Education has reportedly sacked three teachers for inappropriate Facebooking.
Despite the fact that all major carriers are moving toward 4G technology, Apple apparently won't be making use of it until 2012.
Sony has pulled its sponsorship of a controversial environmental movie featuring exploding children.
Verizon has said it will roll out its next generation LTE network in 38 cities in the first half of 2011. Not only that, but the network is promising six 4G phones to go along with the rollout.
Jack Thompson may have been disbarred but that doesn't mean he can't continue on his crusade against video game violence.
A New Jersey college student jumped off the George Washington Bridge last week after a roommate streamed his sexual encounters on the internet.
Google has had to switch from aerially deployed fiber to underground fiber for its Oregon data center after hunters decided to use the fiber insulators as target practice.
Disappointing news for Verizon and Sprint users waiting for Windows Phone 7 to launch before they upgrade: Neither will actually have the phones when the new OS launches this fall.
A sheriff's department in California is warning residents about the dangers of Pedo Bear, a mascot used by pedophiles to connect with other pedophiles.
Sure, you like your whiskey, but do you like it enough to try a whiskey made from the urine of elderly type-two diabetics?