A revealing article in New York Magazine suggests that social media is enabling us to keep the soap opera of failed relationships alive long after the "shows" were canned.
A group of Wall Street types order $170 from a New York food truck, and don't leave a tip. The cook lets them have it -- politely, but publicly. He is fired. But should the Wall Streeters have apologized?
In yet another shakeup, sales chief and two recent hires are out at the former Internet giant.
Halo was first released in 2001 for the Xbox, and has racked up some impressive numbers over the succeeding 11 years.
Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, says Time Warner Cable is asking the broadcaster to either give it digital programming for free or inhibit licensing deals with the likes of Amazon.
After both sides trade barbs in ad campaigns, CBS's Les Moonves says the dispute has escalated in recent days and the threat of Time Warner dropping stations is real, according to an internal email memo.
The two sides fail to reach a fee agreement resulting in a blackout of CBS in several major U.S. cities. Online alternatives give consumers a way to keep watching CBS content -- just not from the broadcaster itself.
FinderPop and QuicKeys conflict
Sketchy-looking 3D printing "company" finds snag in fabric of reality, pulls.
Columbia University researchers report new security flaws in networked printers that could open up an entirely new array of security threats.