analysis The TV anchor's move to Yahoo is part of a larger story about transforming the Internet into a main screen for news and entertainment content. But will it work?
Brendan Eich steps down following calls for his ouster over his support for California's anti-gay marriage Proposition 8.
MTV-owned Logo TV presents a show about people who claim to be in love with objects, such as cars, planes, Monopoly boards, and a Ferris wheel called Bruce. No, the iPhone didn't seem to feature.
A recent convert to Twitter, the Yankees third baseman declared that his doctor said he was ready to play. Which persuaded his boss to tell him to "Shut the f*** up."
Brendan Eich's 2008 donation to an anti-gay-marriage cause now dogs his new CEO job. In his first interview about it, he resists calls to resign or recant, but argues inclusiveness makes Mozilla's world-spanning community possible.
While visiting a U.K. castle, a Minneapolis man dons the augmented reality specs and gets on one knee to pop a big question.
Companies such as Apple, Facebook, eBay, and Intel will add their support in the legal fight against bans on same-sex marriage, Fortune reports.
Twitter saw 1.6 million #gaymarriage tweets yesterday following Obama's support for gay marriage, peaking at more than 7,000 tweets per minute.
Former California gubernatorial candidate says that "after careful review and reflection," she has reversed her opinion of Prop. 8, which bans gay marriage.
Publisher calls same-sex marriage an "extremely controversial topic," says it will consider feedback from players before making final decision.