The controversial Uruguayan striker uses social media to go back on his earlier denial of chomping the shoulder of Italy's Giorgio Chiellini.
Video game hardware sales in the US increase 28 percent in December year over year, while software sales declined 17 percent, NPD Group reports.
First-quarter earnings were down from a year ago but were still healthy thanks to a surge in smartphone shipments.
The telecommunications company sees its profits slump, in part because of a one-time health care charge. Also, wireless customers aren't signing up the way they used to.
A video showing off a new hack for the PS3 should give hope to Linux users. Hacker demonstrates on video a PS3 with the latest firmware, that still have the alternate OS install enabled.
Less than a year after the release of the PS3 Slim, Sony says that a firmware update for older models of the PlayStation 3 will kill its Other OS option.
The show's a pretty well-controlled train wreck right up until we start talking about the underwear that texts when it's, um, moist. No, you're not listening to the 404 (or Gadgettes), it's actually Buzz Out Loud. In real news (if you will), the first week's worth of iPads have apparently sold out and actual competition is coming to the wireless space ... around 2011. Also, cosmic rays are making your car go fast. No, really.
The company warns of a wider loss on lower revenue. Final numbers are due at the end of the month. Scott McNealy must be glad he's out golfing.
Brings Power5+ chip to top-end servers, boosting performance during rapid change in server market. Photo: The p5-595 Unix server
Server maker reports a net loss of $217 million despite 21 percent revenue growth.