According to a study, 68 percent of Americans keep their unused gadgets for posterity's sake. Or something. Only 25 percent allegedly admit to it.
A researcher at the Center for Psychiatry Research concludes that cognitive behavior therapy can be just as effective in treating panic disorders and mild depression online as in traditional groups.
The AMA will consider a proposal to have video game addiction officially classified as a psychiatric disorder. Bloggers say that's going way too far.
Eric Franklin gives his impressions of the Cataclysmic event that has befallen the world...of Warcraft.
Tattoos are a permanent affair. Lucky for you there's a new site that gives you an almost-reasonable facsimile of what one would look like on your virtual self.
It's perfect for the messy worker who eats at the desk.
Iqzone wants to make it easier to post classified ads on the Internet by letting you use your mobile phone's camera.
Facebook's new Home software on Android means still more ways to interact with people whom you're not actually with at the time. Is that always a good thing?
When Crave's Michael Franco trades his aged iPhone for a sleek new slab of tech, he's hit by guilt over tossing his trusty iDevice. Guilt over letting go of a phone, really? Why? He goes searching for answers.
The (fabulous) "Communities Dominate Brands" blog points at a Guardian video interview with Arianna Huffington on the future of news journalism. Not too surprisingly, Huffington's take on traditional news reporting is not too rosy - in fact, she predicts