Or maybe not. Still, back-to-back blog items on tech-product rip-offs does make you wonder a little.
Embroiled in an international murder mystery, the founder of the ubiquitous antivirus software just might be the worst over-sharer on the Internet.
A stolen MacBook apparently goes on an epic journey from London to Iran, sending back goofy images of the new owners to the theft victim. A riveting story, unless it's a publicity stunt.
Apple blogs play an important role. But the reality can get a bit distorted at times.
New service lets consumers see a project or product on a Web site and then find someone to make them a custom version of it.
Hacker group GNAA claims responsibility for the attack and says 8,600 unique Tumblr users were affected -- but by midmorning, Tumblr said it had resolved the issue.
With ever-increasing restrictions on online activity, Chinese authorities are trying to make Internet service providers act as Web police for the government.
"We are deeply committed to supporting and defending our users' freedom of speech, but we do draw some limits," says the microblogging site.
Venerable blogging service is launching the "social publishing group" to help elevate some of its most popular communities. And yes, cats and celebrities are among the topics being pushed.
Blogging platform booted for terrorist links, while Facebook makes a half-billion friends. Also: Stellar earnings from Apple, Microsoft.