It seems Scott Adams, the man behind Dilbert, might have a thin skin. He has reportedly confessed to going onto a message board and using a fake handle to address his critics.
A disgruntled Apple employee has broken the Cupertino code of silence to blame the "worst boss ever" for forcing him out of his "dream job."
The barZapp app lets users scan licenses from every U.S. state as well as the Canadian provinces with an iPhone.
After the Android Gingerbread update ruined my Droid X, I agreed to try a Microsoft developer's Windows Phone 7 challenge. If I don't like my new phone (running a Mango developer's build), Microsoft donates $1,000 to charity. This is my Mango story.
Google's Goggles recently made its way to iPhone users, letting them snap a photo of something to start a Google search. But is it better than the Android version that came before it? We find out.
The Web site for the iconic comic strip invites readers to submit their own endings to strips, as well as other interactive elements.
The mythical city of Chako Paul is allegedly in Sweden. It is supposedly populated only by lesbians. And Chinese men's enthusiasm to get there is, according to reports, having serious effect on the Web.
Dilbert today deals with open source. Check it out.
The idea that we'll ever have a single handheld device that makes calls flawlessly around the world, doubles doubles as a music player, and triples as a fully functioning computer: a myth.
Dilbert cartoonist is making significant personal contributions to discourse on the economy, but he needs to learn how to distinguish good arguments from bad ones.