They may not be "digital natives," but senior citizens find connectedness through laptops and Facebook
On the strength of the popular Kindle, Amazon says it now sells more e-books than hardcovers. What's being lost is the messy tactile narrative of how books are made manifest and cling to our lives, as "The Hobbit" did to mine.
As long the mutiny in Bangladesh remains an unsolved mystery, it opens the door to instability in a country of 150 million people struggling with rising extremism as well as a region that includes Pakistan and India.
Some of the liberal reporters in the JournoList online discussion group suggested that political biases should shape news coverage. Is the principle of journalistic impartiality disappearing?
Droid X users have reported a flickering on the 4.3 high-resolution Droid display. Motorola acknowledged the problem today, and promised to send out new Droid X handsets to all affected customers.
Cola wars have returned between soft drink behemoths Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, but this time with fewer calories.
Sarah Palin mistakenly called Alaska's Kodiak Island nation's largest. Sarah Palin made the error while endorsing a New Hampshire Senate candidate.