An update to the Xbox 360 dashboard brings the Internet Explorer browser to your living room for HTML 5 fun.
The Middle Eastern country changes its laws to dictate that anyone who insults or mocks government authorities on the Web may face jail time.
Electronics giant says a misunderstanding led to a blogger being threatened with abandonment at IFA if he didn't do promotional work for the company.
Its cutesy name is the only similarity between the Thuggie and its competitors; it's basically just an extra-long fleece hoodie that extends down to the wearer's knees for optimum coverage.
The company reportedly flew bloggers 3,500 miles to IFA in Germany -- then told them to don uniforms, man a booth and promote Samsung products or lose their return-flight tickets.
We take the unlimited major-label MP3 download service for a spin. As much Madonna and Muse as you want may sound appealing, but we have some bad news to break
A judge had directed the companies to come clean about who they were paying to comment and report on their copyright infringement lawsuit while it was being litigated.