In an open letter to BlackBerry fans, CEO John Legere says he is disappointed with the breakup with BlackBerry.
Reports suggest that Facebook is testing a celebrity-only app. Is it merely trying to battle Twitter's popularity among the famous?
Amusingly updated Tumblr legal guidelines remind bloggers to play nice, and not to mislead readers by using "Doctor Who" cat hashtags or posing as "Sherlock" actor Benedict Cumberbatch on the site.
Golfer Lee Westwood apologizes after a series of hissing tweets at pesterers. Days before, famous porn professor and male feminist Hugo Schwyzer uses Twitter to admit he's a fraud. Why on Twitter?
Korean automaker SsangYong released renderings of an extended-range electric vehicle it will unveil at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
Mark Kessler, police chief of Gilberton, Penn., insists it's his First Amendment right to post videos showing him shooting weapons, calling opponents "libtards," and criticizing Secretary of State John Kerry.
Tune in to today's 404 episode to learn how to enter for a chance to win one of three Threadless t-shirts and a $30 gift certificate to Threadless.com! Richard "Gems" Peterson fills in for Ariel and tells us about his trip to Seattle with Affirmation, an organization supporting gay and lesbian members of the Mormon church.
It seems, astonishingly, that people aren't quite so familiar with how politically peculiar their Facebook friends are. At least that's what a Pew Study says. It also says 75 percent post something political.
Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, and other large tech companies let the National Security Agency search through confidential customer data, according to the Washington Post.
Meantime, some big players, including Go Daddy and Demand Media, are revealing their bets on a world beyond dot-com.