In a result consistent with previous polling, a new poll has respondents claiming they're more concerned about Google seeing all their private data than the government.
In a fascinating survey, IT managers reveal some of the dubious activities they view being perpetrated by employees on work computers. These cause the IT managers extra stress and work (as well as, no doubt, the occasional fascination).
A marvelous video fully expresses the contrast between an engineer's rational mind and the others he sometimes must encounter at work for whom words are the wind that powers sales.
In a scholarly analysis of tech blogging, the great Republican commentator offers that 9 out of 10 blogs hate Apple. Because Apple is like the Republican Party. Oddly, though, Limbaugh last year was himself mad at Apple.
If you like your technology to sound like a feminine hygiene product (anyone?), Fujitsu has cooked up a real treat for you.
The sheer embarrassment of last night's Seattle-Green Bay game, where replacement refs needed their eyes replaced, causes players to express open hostility to their bosses on Twitter.
Facebook flexes its anti-nipple muscles yet again by banning the New Yorker from its own Facebook page for a cartoon of Adam and Eve. Eventually, it apologizes.
BMW's bread and butter can be a little rancid if you don't spec it CNET Style.
The veteran from the Who, famous for songs such as "Won't Get Fooled Again", says Apple should help artists with their businesses.
In a curious fit of nostalgia, the Bon Jovi frontman declares it's sad that people can no longer buy an album just by looking at its cover. This is all, apparently, the fault of Steve Jobs.