Artist Cory Arcangel makes a statement with his new clothes for Internet fiends, but wearers can decide for themselves what the line means for them.
As GT6 launches, we speak to Lucas Ordóñez about his dream run from GT Academy gamer to the Nissan racing team and beyond.
It used to be that phones were sexy. Now, even good phones are resorting to begging for apps. Isn't this a little demeaning?
Baauer is finally sued for using uncleared samples in "Harlem Shake;" Sweet Brown's suing Apple for using her news interview for capital gains; and expectant couples ask for handouts on Indiegogo. Is there anything that can pull us out of this dystopic news bog? Free Marvel comics are a start.
Aziz Ansari talks about putting his stand-up show "Dangerously Delicious" online, how he deals with fans on Twitter, and his love for R. Kelly.
A patent application submitted six years ago by the founder of Facebook has now been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
commentary The conversation about getting women into the tech industry is far from over, and unfortunately, vicious sexism is still alive and well. Don't get complacent, folks. It's still bad out there.
Next week brings the debut of a formal ratings system for mobile applications, a self-regulatory system that may or may not be adopted by companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft in their mobile application stores.
Ron Wyden and Kelly Ayotte offer a nonbinding resolution to counter a bill that would end with Amazon.com collecting sales taxes.
Draft U.S. Senate bill targeting even very small eBay sellers, who might make only a few thousand dollars a year in profits, has the auction site crying foul.