Online auction site defends fake goods policy.
EBay denies criticism of how it handles hoaxes, saying the service delisted 2.1 million counterfeit items last year.
First there was iBreviary, the Vatican-approved daily prayer book for Roman Catholics for the iPhone. Now, the Vatican has realized it needs to pay better attention to the Internet.
Introduction of a VoIP rival plus comments by parent eBay's CEO dim Skype's prospects for prosperity.
NPD has just released data that describes video game software sales for 2008.
If you happen to accept every friend invitation you receive on Facebook or MySpace, you may want to start rethinking that idea.
Facebook's engineers stay up all night working on site improvements or features that its users will appreciate.
A couple that married in Second Life as well as offline is being divorced in both worlds as well.
Race or age or experience or running mate alone did not determine the results of the election.
Linden Lab oversees one of the most successful social virtual worlds in existence, but it is still struggling with residents about how Second Life should be governed.
Y!Live, one of the projects from Yahoo's Brickhouse, has been killed, according to an announcement on the Y!Live blog.
Twitter has become a favorite tool of serious news junkies.
Analysis: Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's battle against child pornography raises issues of industry ties and civil rights.