America's National Rifle Association followed the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting by blaming, among other things, video games. Now, the pro-firearm organisation has released a first-person shooter on iOS.
Research that suggests torrent users spend more money on music than the average consumer has been branded by the RIAA as "misleading."
The hactivist group expresses outrage at the FBI following recent arrests and exhorts PayPal users to drop the "corrupt and greedy" service for its actions against WikiLeaks.
A Bennington College professor believes the terms are emotionally damaging and need to be eradicated from our vocabulary. Are they really that bad?
With multiple fake BBM apps in the official Android app store, security experts have condemned Google's failure to clean up its act.
The Chinese government has condemned a report claiming its army is behind a series of cyberattacks in the United States.
Nokia has given the Nokia N9 a shot in the arm, by committing to the phone and its condemned software MeeGo for 'years'.
Consumer advocates have already condemned the AT&T and T-Mobile USA as "unthinkable." But Larry Downes argues jumping to conclusions doesn't help anyone, especially consumers.
Is Apple's iPod Touch condemned to live the rest of its days in the shadow of the iPhone, or can it break free and stand on its own as a middle ground between Apple's phone and its tablet? Donald Bell lists all of the expected and unexpected ways in which Apple could improve the fifth-generation iPod Touch.