commentary Yahoo's new CEO needs to ignore the cries from Wall Street as she implements a long-term and long-overdue plan to rebuild the company.
The days are numbered, the IAC/InterActiveCorp CEO says, for the prehistoric notion perpetrated by tech people that we shouldn't pay for content.
Combine Christmas with "Let's Make a Deal," and you get the concept behind Microsoft's latest holiday promotion.
The widely varied reaction to Apple's earnings this week exemplify the divide between Silicon Valley and Wall Street.
Some good old techno-babble, a seemingly cool gadget, and some simple camera work seem to have fooled many viewers.
The creator of Mad magazine's Fold-In tells Crave how he came up with the idea in the '60s and why it's still relevant. Plus, he dishes on the true origin of Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions. Hint: It involves an antenna and a small boy.
Media finds weird news impossible to resist, even when it sounds too silly to be true. But it can fool people especially easily when coming from a place like Japan, birthplace of wacky trends.
Nintendo has resurrected the 15-year-old Donkey Kong Country franchise for a new title on the Wii.
AT&T lets you text Santa with all your wishes. When one asks for better 3G coverage from AT&T, Santa doesn't hesitate to write back.
Unfortunately, it doesn't offer anything unique, and has less gig information than competitors like JamBase, Bandloop, and iConcertCal.