A bridal show scheduled this week in Boston turns out to be a mean-spirited Web scam. The fraudsters may have made off with more than $100,000.
Skype's newest spam is an insta-wife, perfect for the lonely traveler.
A tasty yet disturbing tribute to the vow of "till death do us part." Crave's Bonnie Burton talks with bride and cake designer Natalie Sideserf about her beheaded confection.
The soon-to-be-betrothed are feeling the need to inform those who are not invited by electronic means. Are they slightly loopy?
With profiles on Twitter and Google+ already, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg adds the social network Pinterest to his cache.
In an ode to flushable fashion, winners of the 2011 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest weave two-ply magic. Just don't squeeze the Charmin.
Apple is going on the offensive with a lawsuit that puts HTC in the hot seat over 20 iPhone-related patents. We also talk wedding scams, Sony getting its broken PlayStation 3's back up and running, and yesterday's Google acquisition of photo editor Picnik.
Yahoo adds third-party functionality such as Wikipedia summaries to its search results, with the help of its SearchMonkey platform.
The Knot enhances its wedding site network with the acquisition WedSnap, the company behind the popular nuptial-planning Facebook application Weddingbook.
The Web site for this icy destination promises that the 41-degree guest rooms will give you sweet dreams and a memorable sleeping experience. Memorable indeed.