The iPhone app Dancing Cuddle Bear is no more. Apple had approved the free game, consisting of a very (very!) kid friendly plush bear dancing to 11 hip hop tracks. But now it's gone. Why daddy? Why?
Apple has been silently deleting outgoing mail that contains unacceptable words and phrases. What sorts of words and phrases? Good question! Apple won't say. It definitely doesn't like political yammering. Shut up, hippies.
That video artist whose software grabbed pictures of Apple Store computer users? He's been tracked down by Apple and raided by the Feds. He had to see this coming.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has hired a new spokesman, Joe Lockhart. The choice has drawn approving murmurs in Washington, DC, and no wonder: This is the guy who handled the Monica Lewinsky scandal for Bill Clinton.
Facebook lost 5 million active users in the U.S. last month, according to a tracking service, despite robust growth overseas. Are Facebook's first adopters finally sick of the social network?
Apple Store employees are supposed to smartly guide your crucial, Apple related life decisions. But now some regret their own choice to take the company's underpaid retail jobs, and their hipster existential crisis could produce the trendiest union ever.
John Delaney was reportedly just 150 feet from the peak of Mount Everest when he died Saturday, having collapsed from an unknown medical condition. The Intrade founder passed away without knowing he had a new daughter. He was 42.
Zynga, the Facebook games company and creator of Farmville, is reportedly about to file for an initial public offering of stock. There is no better investment for cynics looking to bet on the exploitation of America's dumbest, most vulnerable consumers.
The robot cars are here. And they demand to be set free. With you locked inside.
Mark Zuckerberg's new mansion might be walled off from outsiders, but it looks like a pretty amazing party pad. Just check out these pictures from the real estate agent who sold the Palo Alto home.
Just in time for his birthday, Facebook's CEO has acquired what will be his third home since September, a walled, 5,000+ square foot Palo Alto manse complete with a saltwater pool and music alcove. It cost $7 million. So much for Mark Zuckerberg's everyman lifestyle.
Software scion Ivan Kaspersky is safe, having been rescued from a six-day kidnapping. But it could have been worse. "No one hit him, no one tried to dismember him," said a kidnapper.
After buying MySpace for $580 million five years ago, News Corporation will sell the dying social network at a steep discount, with bids due this week. But don't even think about bidding below $100 million. MySpace has its dignity!
We've boiled down the best four minutes of Tina Fey's hourlong interview at the Googleplex in Silicon Valley, in which the 30 Rock creator disses other comedies, reveals a baffling nickname from co-star Tracy Morgan—and unveils a foolproof joke to make anyone laugh.
The spying iPhone is no accident. A recent Apple patent application reveals that the location-tracking dossiers accumulated in iPhones are to be used in apps from Apple and any number of other companies.
In the past couple of weeks, the co-founders of Microsoft and Twitter have been attached to the same kinds of unsavory stories that have long dogged the people behind Facebook, Apple, Zynga and other top tech firms. What is it about computers and money that instills villainy?
Apple COO Tim Cook, who has been running the company during CEO Steve Jobs' indefinite medical leave, was just ranked No. 1 on Out magazine's list of America's most influential gays and lesbians. It's a warm public welcome for a very private guy.
New emails submitted as evidence by purported Facebook owner Paul Ceglia paint the social network's co-founder Mark Zuckerberg as a scheming little bastard. Now Ceglia's new powerhouse law firm just has to prove the emails are real.
After information on his 30 million members was compromised, Plenty of Fish CEO Markus Frind did what any sensible tech executive who cares about his reputation would do: Complain to the mom of the youngster who hacked him.