BlackBerry accidentally announced the hotly anticipated BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS before the app was ready.
A previous version of this report misidentified the agency that confirmed the bogus pilot information. It was the National Transportation Safety Board.
Twitter has suspended and since reinstated the account of a journalist after tweeting an NBC executive's email address in response to the Olympics coverage.
A House committee says the IPO process needs to be modernized to react to today's marketplace.
Virgin Media customers received an email promising them a huge speed boost yesterday, only for the company to renege almost immediately.
Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), who has admitted to inappropriate online exchanges with women, is expected to resign later today, according to The New York Times and other news outlets.
The 16th birthday party of a teenage girl was gatecrashed by over 1,500 people after she accidentally set the Facebook page for the event to public instead of private.
A slip-up on Motorola's website hints at several rumoured devices, including the Xoom 2 tablet and several phones. Oh, and a watch phone.
An apparent drafting error means that the House of Representatives will rush back to Washington this week to approve the "______Act of____." Whoops!
The Polish press has reacted to Microsoft's race-swap photo gaffe by criticizing the company and suggesting that beyond the racial face-swap, the image has other questionable features.