A mother in Britain has criticized Google's Street View service after naked photos of her young son appeared on the Internet.
Microsoft yesterday inadvertently revealed a more specific launch for Windows Phone 7 but also broke news that the devices running the software will be "ad serving machines."
Google has the ability to remotely remove applications from Android devices and yesterday the company did just that.
Every year on April Fools' Day ThinkGeek adds a few products to its homepage that are both completely fake and gloriously unrealistic, like a Betamax to HD-DVD converter or a USB stick home pregnancy test.
There are two dedicated Move controllers for Sony's PlayStation Move and you need both to get the full Move experience. But do you really need to buy both? Nope!
Nintendo gave this girl a free DS but warns the rest of us not to chance our luck and write our own letters.
Google today revealed in a blog post that the company's street view cars had been accidentally collecting data from open WiFi networks.
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, offered a friend access to users' email addresses, photos and screen names.
Hugh Hefner has announced this year's June issue of Playboy will be different to any other issue Playboy Enterprises has ever put out. How so? Well, next month's issue will come with 3D glasses and a 3D centerfold to boot.
They say if you want something to sell well, you need to get it on Oprah. The queen of daytime television played a ginormous role in the original Kindle's success and now she's got a new gadget – Sprint's HTC EVO 4G.
A new report published by Consumer Reports suggest a massive number of people using social networking sites are leaving themselves open to cybercrime.
An interesting article on The Daily Beast suggests that an increasing number of men are choosing to look at regular, fully clothed pictures of girls on Facebook than naked or pornographic images.
Nintendo is keeping quiet about how its goggle-less 3D displays work but luckily for us, the rumor mill is churning out information regardless.
Google was last week forced to remove a set of images from Google Street View after it emerged that the photos showed the location of the SAS base in Credenhill, Herefordshire, UK.