A survey suggests that words you mightn't use at a royal dinner party are extremely prevalent all over the enthusiastic walls of Facebook.
Is cursing acceptable in the workplace, and if so, to what extent? A recent study suggests that swearing in the workplace may have some benefits.
If an artist is going to use profanity in their name or album title, they should do it with pride. Not for any moral reason, but simply because trying to hide it creates problems with tagging and searching.
Take heed gamers: too many obscenities uttered in Upload Studio videos could lead to loss of account privileges.
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Even though the Xbox One only went on sale on Friday, users are being banned for uploading videos with too much swearing.
Google's new high-tech eye wear apparently won't recognize profane words.
The home of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman finds a new world in the multiverse of digital bookstores to invade: Google Play Books.
On what's typically a snoozy earnings discussion, Reed Hastings shares what he claims is the log-in info for the head of rival HBO. And the password would make your grandma gasp.
Xbox players can be punished for cursing in upload videos, YouTube cracks down on comment spam, and Thanksgiving in space is a bit dry for NASA's astronauts.