It seemed innocent enough. A famous slugger taking a selfie with the president. Now Samsung admits it was the same kind of marketing as Ellen's Oscars selfie.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says he's "tapped out" after putting more than $50 million of his own money into the 38 Studios video game company.
Road Trip 2010: For Red Sox Nation, there is nothing more sacred than Fenway Park in Boston. CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman pays a visit to see all the ballpark's most sacred spots.
Sox the cat, who belongs to Crave UK writer Nate Lanxon, tried out the Pet's Eye View Cam. Here's what he saw.
Fans watching the season opener with Oakland, being broadcast from Tokyo by ESPN2, say those without HD boxes weren't getting the DirecTV feed.
Solar panels and other green upgrades look for a home in the cozy confines of Fenway Park.
Groove Networks has started a special World Series promotion to help workers who lose sleep after late-night baseball games.
Amazon Dash takes online shopping into the meatspace, Philadelphia gets treated to the world's biggest game of Tetris, unearthing an e-mail from Steve Jobs with a timeline of Apple's future, and the White House could soon ban selfies with Obama forever.
High-end audio is expensive, but so are high-end cars, watches, wines, and other pricey indulgences.
President Obama's press secretary reveals that the White House objects to Samsung's use of a selfie taken by its sponsored slugger, Red Sox' David Ortiz.