The massively popular comics Web site was seemingly shut down by AOL late last month, yet a new post on the site hints at a return.
Jessops is set to relaunch its website after the Dragons' Den star is among several buyers to carve up the camera chain.
Digg's new owners say they're rewriting the site from scratch, and will have a brand-new version of it up by August 1.
An official in Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry says the government is waiting for Sony to deliver better security measures.
Company still performing security checks on breached PlayStation Network; says system may not be back up in originally announced timeframe. Sony also removes 2,500 customer names posted by hackers to a Sony Web site.
Two of Twitter's creators are relaunching the incubator that birthed Twitter, The Obvious Corporation. Stone will help out with Twitter on a part-time basis, he says.
Rocket propulsion hasn't changed much in decades, but a group of young scientists think that beamed microwave energy could power a new generation of rockets, leading to lower costs and opening space to a wide range of new businesses.
Apple is unveiling its iPad 2 at an event next Wednesday, but what else will it announce? Reports suggest iOS 4.3 may be released into the wild, while Apple's MobileMe service could be relaunched.
After its in-house classified ads system failed to take a bite out of Craigslist, Facebook turned to an official outside provider--a rarity for the social network--to revamp the feature.