Since its launch during the NFL playoffs, an Old Spice ad in which moms just can't help following their sons around has incited lots of online chatter. Its makers claim it is already "the No. 1 viral video in the world."
A Canadian teacher is at his wit's end because his ex-girlfriend from Malaysia continues to cyberstalk him and generally make his life miserable. Not even a court order has helped.
Ruling says Constitution protects "uncomfortable" speech, including tweets that predict a person's violent death.
TMZ reports a strange incident in which a man seeking financial assistance for an ill parent allegedly chose to pursue the Facebook founder through the mail and in person.
YouTube wants you to share your viewing habits with the world, Comcast wants to be like Hulu, and we have another Twitter book on our hands.
China blocks YouTube again, MySpace gets in-browser instant messaging, and you can now stalk potential dates on your iPhone with the new Match.com app.
Apple tries something new with Depeche Mode, Google gangs up on Microsoft in the EU, your cell phone may replace your doctor, and how to stop stalking your ex online.
While Powerset is preparing for the public rollout of its semantic search engine, Microsoft is rumored to be interested in acquiring the start-up.
Yelp adds a way for users to alert one another of their goings-on, though similar to Foursquare, the privacy implications may be a bit too much for some.
The model that caught our eye at Sony's FOI stand this week was the HDR-CX105, a slender flash camcorder. Its face detection helped us spot a certain gadget celeb...