Below the left earbud on the Swirl 2.0 headphones is a section of wire with a coiled design that makes the wearer look like a secret agent.
In an effort to deter hackers, the blogging platform introduces added security that requires users to log-in with both a password and cell phone code.
Hearsay that Warner Bros. was looking to make a "very large amount of money" on DVD sales of "The Bodyguard" after the singer's death was false.
The antivirus software pioneer uses a new blog to criticize authorities and the media while chronicling his attempts to avoid questioning in connection with a murder last week.
A new trailer of Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony trailer was released. The game is scheduled to hit store shelves on October 29, 2009.
The big brains of Silicon Valley fretted that they would be reduced to mere puppets by Bravo's new reality show, which debuted last night. They should not have feared. They should have panicked.
The "Bodyguard" alerts you when your device strays or is stolen
The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down California's attempt to ban the sale of violent video games to minors, arguing that the current ratings system is enough to let parents make informed decisions about what to buy. Unlike the MPAA's rating system, which led me and my 4-year-old to "Cars 2." Thanks for that, MPAA. Also, LulzSec tucks its puppykicker tail and runs away, but not before hacking a librarian and book-sharing Website. Nice.
The patent holding company that's accusing iOS developers of infringing its in-app purchasing IP gets hit with a legal complaint seeking a ruling that its patent claims are invalid.
Police raid the home of MegaUpload's Kim DotCom wielding automatic weapons. Anonymous publishes the Social Security number of a sports promoter who disagrees with them. Are both sides hurting their causes by turning to increasingly tougher tactics?