More than 11,000 Egyptians have responded to a Facebook call for a Friday protest of police brutality in the death of Egyptian businessman Khalid Said. After a second autopsy, Egypt today upheld the original finding that the man had choked on a bag on drugs.
Pakistan TV talk-show hosts like Zaid Hamid and Amir Liaquat Hussain peddle anti-American conspiracy theories and bash minorities.
iPhone apps, maintaining a Facebook page, and Twitter feed have become standard practice for political candidates seeking to get their message out.
BP CEO Tony Hayward spent part of his Saturday at a yacht race in England while some in U.S. have seen their livelihoods ruined by the massive two-month oil spill.
Sony Dash review scores suggest this Web-enabled alarm clock could be a solid gift for Father's Day.
Fears are rising of a repeat of the inflammatory speech seen ahead of the 2007 elections, which unleashed a wave of deadly ethnic violence. The recent arrests of three members of parliament for hate speech is a positive change.
Facebook revenue approaches $800 million in 2009, based on increases in users and advertising.
Flock? The Flock browser just got a big upgrade but is light years behind Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
Twitter in Japan is like Twitter in the U.S. except the translation of tweet is 'mumble.'