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An adultery site asks which "tech tycoons" people would like to have an affair with. It makes for difficult reading.
An appeals court rules that around 60,000 workers can collectively pursue lawsuits against several major tech players over alleged antipoaching agreements.
Servers in the UK Parliament's network have been asked to find pornography 300,000 times since May 2012. Is this why the country's prime minister wants a porn filter?
In a curiously confident guarantee, the founder of AshleyMadison.com promises he will personally reimburse anyone who fails to have sex after following his site's guidelines.
Faithlessness is easy to find in Netflix relationships. The majority secretly watch or would watch TV shows earlier than their partner. Even though they promised they wouldn't.
From always-on games consoles to Siri and Windows 8, we point the finger at technology that actually makes things worse.
The disgraced general shows up aboard the U.S.S. Barack Obama in the year 2025 in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, launched today.
Snowstorms in Britain seem to have triggered a remarkable upswing in the fortunes of an adultery Web site.
Do videos of well-endowed, bare-chested men count as porn? YouTube rep admits wrestling with the important question of what to do with man boobs.
Human flesh search engines, the term used in China to describe cybermobs that unite to exact their own brand of Web justice, are growing in popularity.