Google is celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens with a doodle. But the doodle also seems to be trying to get you to use Google Books. Another example of Google's new commercialism?
Charles Dickens is celebrated by Google today to promote free ebooks.
A New Year's Eve mega doodle combines the best of Google's doodles from the last 12 months. How many can you spot?
In an outburst of Christmas spirit, Redmond creates a shopping Web site that paints Google -- and its search results -- in a very unfestive light.
After an embarrassingly flaky debut, a new app from "god game" pioneer Peter Molyneux and his 22Cans startup shows what happens when a half million people gradually peck away at a giant virtual cube.
Amazon is trying to bring back the once-popular subscription-based book model, offering Kindle owners a way to subscribe to serialized novels.
An e-petition has been launched to make the father of modern computer science, Alan Turing, the new face of the £10 note.
Americans were once enthusiastic pirates. The company that eventually became HarperCollins made a fortune pirating the work of Charles Dickens and other British authors.
This supercute Xbox port should prove very entertaining to young kids. But here's hoping Halo is next in line for the iOS treatment.
Everybody's favorite candy-munching green monster is back with 75 new levels of rope-cutting goodness. Alas, it's iOS-only for the time being.