A San Francisco-based eBay seller is offering what he describes as “an apparition of Jesus Christ” that he discovered while cooking dinner earlier this month.
John McAfee wants people to know that he has nothing to do with the software company that bears his name. And he’s doing it with a bizarre video full of profanity, drugs, guns and scantily-clad women.
Netflix is hoping this weekend’s release of the resurrected TV series “Arrested Development” will lock up more subscribers to its Internet video service.
Internet radio company Pandora reported higher-than-expected revenue in the latest quarter, with losses in line with analysts’ forecasts, as the number of subscribers who pay for ad-free listening rose above 2.5 million.
Twitter said in a blog post Wednesday that users will be able to enroll in a login verification program. For those who sign up, Twitter will send a six-digit code using a text message each time they sign in to Twitter.com. Besides their username and password, users will have to enter the code to log in as well.
Consumers who buy tickets for concerts and sporting events through third party venders like Craigslist are taking the risk that those tickets are worthless. That’s because…
Netflix releases a teaser showing the Bluth family back in action, in anticipation of the show’s fourth season premiere on May 26…
Ever hear of a Facebook app called Bang With Friends? It’s supposed to be a “simple, fun way” to find which of your Facebook friends are open to a dalliance. Some may find it simple and fun, but private? Not at all — because of Facebook.
Google has bought Wavii, a Seattle startup behind an application that condenses online content for time-pressed Web surfers.
Wednesday in San Francisco, the new chairwoman of the FTC called on the advertising industry to give consumers “effective and meaningful privacy protection,” by coming up with a standard way for consumers to make it known they do not want their on-line activity tracked.