Forget basketry. In 2010, you can earn an award from the Boy Scouts of America for video games.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez once called Twitter a haven for terrorists. Now, a rep for Chavez says the president will soon join Twitter. Too bad @HugoChavez is already taken.
Today the Finnish phonemaker took the wraps off the Symbian-powered Nokia N8, which it touted as a 'revolutionary' smart phone.
Password cracking: It's just a matter of time. Here's how to fight back.
This week, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook would introduce a new 'like' functionality. If past revamps are any indication, it won't take long for the Facebook mob to grab their pitchforks, and storm the Facebook gates.
Drew Brees, the QB of the champion New Orleans Saints, will grace the cover of Madden 2011. Can Brees avoid falling victim to the fabled Madden curse?
Hulu will offer more TV shows than before, but viewers will need to pay subscription fees to watch them.
A third of teenage texters send a 100 texts a day, according to the Pew Research Center. Meanwhile, 64 percent of parents admit to regularly perusing the contents of their kid's cell phone.
An Apple attorney has sent a letter to Gizmodo editorial director Brian Lam, demanding the return of a test edition of a new iPhone. Gizmodo says it will give the lost iPhone prototype back to Apple.
The HTC Droid Incredible doesn't hit store shelves until the end of the month. But that hasn't stopped critics from lavishing love on the sleek HTC-manufactured Android handset.
Facebook is reportedly close to introducing a 'like' button, which would let users flag third-party content. That would put Facebook head-to-head with popular sites such as Digg.
It took a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning before Apple would approve cartoonist Mark Fiore's iPhone app. But don't worry – Fiore isn't holding any grudges.