On Road Trip 2009, CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman uses Inmarsat's BGAN mobile satellite modem to get online and conduct a video chat at 14,264 feet. Live-blogging falls victim to the elements.
To drive people to its MTV app, the Viacom network is encouraging Miley fans to tweet about the singer enough to unlock preview footage from an extended-length version of her documentary.
If real Doctor Whos are out there, they may have left traces of their feats online. Two researchers went looking for their time-traveling trails.
Tagged sharks in the seas of Western Australia have taken to tweeting their whereabouts. But swimmers shouldn't toss their caution just because the animals have gotten into social networking.
A traffic measurement company suggests that few people actually read the articles they share. If you spend much time online, you probably aren't surprised.
A 16-year-old Virginia girl takes to Twitter to allegedly send naked pictures of herself. She is charged with distributing child pornography.
Home Depot posts a tweet featuring a picture of three drummers -- two African-American men and a man in a gorilla costume -- with the question: "Which drummer is not like the others?"
The microblog is apparently testing a mobile feature that would map tweets posted by Twitter users, whether you follow those users or not. Privacy advocates take note: it seems to be opt in.
Due to erroneous information provided by a source, the original version of this report misidentified the app as an official Twitter app for Google Glass. It is in fact an app produced by a third party.