Anonymous online activist collective adds research arm to expose corporate fraud and scandals.
The auto and battery maker's profit warning and ensuing stock drop have put a spotlight on the company's strategy and on Warren Buffett, who invested in the company in 2009.
LG will replace conventional magnesium in its mobile phones to a more environmentally friendly magnesium alloy, effectively reducing CO2 emissions by 4kg per handset.
Both pictures and video of the 4.3-inch beauty arrived over the weekend, thanks to a pair of leaks.
Behold the Mitsuoka Orochi. If you want the distinction of owning one, it'll cost you about $95,000 and the price of a plane ticket to Japan. Or, for about $60, you could pick up a much smaller version that transforms into a robot.
Security company's new report ranks riskiest and safest domains on the Internet. Damage from risky sites runs from the "apocalyptic to the annoying."
Today's show opens with a not-unexpected rant about AT&T trying to sell you a $150 MicroCell to "supplement" the "coverage" you already pay for. A bit more on Google and China, Apple's unbelievably bizarre sandbox behavior in approving the otherwise super cool Line2 app, and cheap photos from space.
The African nation of Cameroon (.cm) is deemed the most dangerous, and the popular .com domain comes in second place.
Microsoft's Hong Kong subsidiary is running the test as part of its marketing push for the new operating system.
Harman Kardon has released a new line of AV receivers, featuring stylish exterior designs and relatively high prices.