Many businesses are buying iPads for their employees, saying that it fills a niche not covered by desktop or laptop computers.
Publishers told author Jennifer Lawler that her daughter's story was too painful to appeal to readers. But the blogosphere is telling her something else.
Last year's scare over a potential H1N1 flu epidemic was a bust, the WHO now indicates. With reports of another scare over a "superbug" supposedly from India, officials and media need to act with caution and restraint without stoking fears.
"Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" rides wave of nostalgic enthusiasm for retro revival video games.
Online privacy has become a key civil liberty battleground. Companies such as Facebook and Google are amassing data about users' choices and activities, which businesses – and governments – would like access to. Across Europe, a backlash against the storage of online users data is growing. In Germany almost 35,000 people, including Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, sued their own government over the issue. Here are five countries where Google faces privacy, censorship, or other fights.
To survive in the Digital Age, journalism needs to be simultaneously fast-paced and substantive, snarky and thought-provoking. Or, at the very least, it must find some middle ground where illuminating investigative pieces and Mel Gibson telephone call mash-ups can coexist.
Pop-Tarts Sushi, T-shirts, and customization abound at Pop-Tarts World, a store with more than 3,000 square feet dedicated to toaster pastries.
Skype, the Internet calling service, is launching a $100 million IPO. But most Skype customers use the service for free.