Gawker Media came under assault by a group of hackers calling itself Gnosis.
Angry Birds developer Rovio will soon allow fans to purchase upgrades and power-ups with the click of a button (or the tap of a finger).
OpenLeaks is reportedly a 2.0 version of WikiLeaks – except OpenLeaks will be 'democratically' controlled, supporters say.
Android – Google's mobile operating system – has momentum on its side.
Caps lock key replaced with a search key on the new Google Chrome OS notebook. For caps lock key aficionados – and Internet trolls of all stripes – this is dire news indeed.
An Apple iPad 2 could hit the market in early 2011, according to several sources inside the tech industry.
Batman: Arkham City is set to ship in the fall of 2011. In the meantime, the producers of the game have released a new trailer.
PayPal cut off WikiLeaks this week, at the request of the US State Department, according to a PayPal executive.
Facebook sees Wikileaks fan numbers soar, users share thoughts on the whistleblower through status updates.
WikiLeaks has been dropped by MasterCard and Visa. What's next for the controversial organization helmed by Julian Assange?
Nexus S review posts are trickling in. Here's the latest impressions on Google's newly anointed Android phone.
PS3 update Tuesday adds a security patch, as hackers crack the 3.50 firmware. How long until someone finds a way around this latest PS3 update?
WikiLeaks mirror sites ensure that it will be very difficult – if not impossible – to ever scrub WikiLeaks from the Web.
Facebook has rolled out a site redesign. Here's how to update your profile today.
Nexus S is expected to be available at Best Buy – or directly through Google – by the middle of December.