Onetime pop-culture juggernaut MTV is well past its "TRL" glory days. Now it's hoping to get back on top with a new talk show that captures the social media zeitgeist.
Until now, Alexa statistics were coming only from users who had manually installed the Alexa toolbar. In 2008, that practice just doesn't float.
Whether you'd prefer to sail the Gulf of Google or undertake an expedition to the Land of Forgotten Websites, this cartographic creation will draw you in.
In Georgia, many things fly that don't necessarily take flight elsewhere. An iPad, for example, may be one of them.
The creator of iTrace believes that his app brings a new lease of life to the concept of teaching handwriting. But does anyone actually write by hand anymore?
In an attack of holiday spirit, Best Buy admits it made a mistake in sending a customer five iPads instead of one. The company says the customer should give the extras to people in need.
Just when you thought there was hope for fewer Candy Crush invites, a new study indicates Facebook users won't be declining as previously predicted.
Alexa Dell, daughter of Michael, had apparently tweeted the movements of herself and her family. This seems to run counter to her father spending $2.7 million on security.
New data compiled by Royal Pingdom seems to indicate that Pinterest has overtaken Tumblr in terms of traffic.
The computer maker takes a page out of the playbooks of home shopping networks, and live streams a product demo on Walmart's Web site.