What looks to be a simple page dedicated to showcasing various pasta products holds a darker secret--mainly a young boy eating spaghetti, who ends up looking like he's got bigger problems than indigestion.
A Richmond, Calif., restaurant is so fed up with what it calls Yelp's "blackmailing" tactics, that it wants to become the very worst on the site.
Intel's director of creative innovation is launching a watch that, he says, makes all his calls so he doesn't need a smartphone. But what will come next? A Miley Cyrus nose-ring phone?
Going public was a big day for Twitter, but Twitter's Michael Sippey said it was just another day at the office for the company's employees. Also: Google Glass needs work.
[Q&A] Decidedly old school and proud of it, Pegasystems CEO Alan Trefler says the current app culture has abandoned the concept of customer-centricity with serious consequences for the US' ability to make software.
Trying to cut Net communication delays, Google has begun testing a new technology called QUIC that seeks to marry security, reliability, and performance.
A Seattle restaurant, the latest to ban Google Glass, tells those who insist on wearing the high-tech specs to "just shut up and get out."
He's one of the celebrities who won the competition to become Google Glass explorers. Soulja Boy, Brandy, Neil Patrick Harris, and Alyssa Milano are others.
A study by CompTIA concludes that businesses and IT managers believe that their IT guys are woefully underskilled. Now, why might that be?
In a highly entertaining Twitter attack by Microsoft's head of PR directed at a senior Google PR figure, Google is accused of being nasty, underhanded and, oh, many awful things.