A slew of geeky terms have made it into the third edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English, not to be confused with the authoritative Oxford English Dictionary.
A slew of geeky terms, including Interweb, unfriend and tweetup have made it into the most recent edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English. What other dork slang deserves a mention?
In the Consumerist's annual competition, Comcast defeated Monsanto in a pulsatingly close poll -- and just as it's trying to take over Time Warner Cable too.
Microsoft's new digital assistant may have more attitude than Apple's rather prim Siri. However, on the "Arsenio Hall Show," the two ladies get at it with abandon.
A British woman passionately needs her 12-year-old dachshund, Winnie, to be copied. So she wins a competition and a Korean company clones Winnie for free.
An app called Seer peeks at your behavior and uses AI to tell you which e-mails are important and which are merely drudgery from your boss. Just to reassure you, this AI has CIA roots.
Yes, there's an app for that. Defriendtion lets you call out over-sharers with a viral badge of dishonor on their walls.
You think half those adults on Facebook are there because they love Facebook? No, no. These are merely parents engaged in covert operations.
A revealing article in New York Magazine suggests that social media is enabling us to keep the soap opera of failed relationships alive long after the "shows" were canned.
Research from the University of Colorado in Denver suggests that if someone unfriends you on Facebook, you may end up avoiding them in real life.