A Connecticut man snags an online shopping bargain for under $200 and then actually returns the small fortune he discovers inside.
A man in Edinburgh has won Peter Molyneux's Curiosity, and will lay down the rules for the forthcoming game Godus.
Now billions of people on our "Pale Blue Dot" can take a look at the historical letters, studies, and musings of pioneering space scientist Carl Sagan.
A Brooklyn thief steals an iPhone from a girl. In turn, a smarter person steals the phone from him. So the first thief reports this theft to the police. Um?
During the objection period for new generic Top Level Domains, Saudi Arabia launches a multitude of challenges. The domains it has issues with include .wine, .catholic, and .gay.
Both the Romney and Obama campaigns are reportedly going to be calling you, armed with a huge knowledge of what you do and where you go online.
Six boys in the Philippines post Facebook photos that appear to show them kissing while in school uniform. The school withholds their high school diplomas.
One U.S. researcher has deconstructed a constantly updated file in the China-only version of Skype that contains a list of more than 1,100 words used to censor and monitor its users.
Google's Larry Page has posted a review of the year, 12 months on from becoming CEO. And he says people should love the company.
Iran is reportedly testing a domestic intranet and requiring identification and monitoring in Internet cafes in the interim. Just like China!