The flamboyant entrepreneur's follow-up to MegaUpload, which was shuttered by U.S. authorities over piracy concerns, is now open to the public.
New Zealand court rules that the MegaUpload founder and alleged pirate will see more monthly cash and also be allowed the use of one of his cars.
The MegaUpload founder says he has to cover costs for bodyguards and personnel staff. A decision on whether he will remain free on bail is due later today.
The newly revamped Xbox.com lets your annual Xbox Live Gold membership die a natural death.
CNET's Scott Stein shows off Samsung's first smartwatch running Google's Android Wear software. The Gear Live can connect to the Internet and measure your heart rate, among other things.
Partnering with a facial recognition company, the dating site reportedly wants to help you get over your ex by finding you a duplicate (for a mere $5,000.)
Apple's iCloud.com quietly goes live for developers, putting e-mail, calendaring, and more features of Apple's iCloud on the Web. So far the site appears to be open only to Apple developers.
With Father's Day almost here, you might have some shopping to do. How'd you like a gift certificate to an online retailer that sells just about everything?
The e-commerce design site plans to cut 80 to 90 employees from its New York operations this week.
Microsoft spiffs up Outlook.com with more advanced rules, new undo options, and in-line reply functionality.