Conan O'Brien tapes his last 'Tonight Show' Friday after settling on a $45 million severance package from NBC. But the surge in support – and ratings – for the red-headed comedian suggests that broadcast television is out of touch with public tastes in comedy, say media analysts.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered blunt condemnation of strict Internet censorship in China and pledged to help Chinese citizens jump the 'Great Fire Wall.'
In remotest West Africa, an Internet cafe seamlessly blends with the desert lifestyle.
An attempt to break into Chinese activists’ Google Gmail accounts echoes last year’s massive Ghostnet attack, which spied on 1,000 computers worldwide. Both attacks originated in China and, some experts suspect, were linked to the government.
Advertising will encourage you to stay on web pages longer and could soon bring the technology from 'Minority Report' to your cell phone. And you can buy stuff for your online self, too.
Amateur video artists are being elbowed offline by websites turning to more commercial fare.
Globes’ nominations offer a rough road map to the Oscars in March.
Tiger Woods won't be winning the Congressional Gold Medal this year.
David Coleman Headley lived in two worlds – using a fake name and a fake job to help a terrorist group in Pakistan plan the 2008 Mumbai attack and a potential attack against a Danish newspaper, the FBI says. He pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges Wednesday.
Tiger Woods mania. Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz said the interest in the Tiger Woods scandal has meant a big increase in traffic to Yahoo!