A competition launched by Vodafone - the UK ISP that owns 45 percent of Verizon - caused red faces over the weekend as it was used to protest about the company's tax practices.
The concept of the news or press has expanded to include all forms of media - print and digital. However, the one common denominator shared by news media is that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seems to think all should meet a prospective set of federal criteria.
Would you name your baby Sadira-Sagitarius? Or Fabby Licious? Probably not. But you can saddle an unsuspecting, indeed, unborn Canadian girl with one of these unfortunate monikers if you like.
Take a look at the world of music with this week’s edition of Unplugging. This week, we look at several independent labels’ decision to pull their content from eMusic, Arcade Fire’s new video directed by Spike Jonze and much more!
Ooh, we love a good health scare on TG Daily, and here's one to worry us all: the man who got asthma from Facebook.
An Australian man has spent his first Thanksgiving in the US after a South Florida family included him on their email list by mistake.
German media are reporting that households which have opted to have their homes blurred on Street View have been pelted with eggs.
This week we’ll take a look at Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell’s Precision Guided Musicians project - which fuses music and technology to transcend the barriers of conventional art - and much more!
An Australian civil servant is in big trouble with his bosses after emailing almost 7,000 of his colleagues in search of a woman he'd met at a party.
A gay couple has made legal history by getting married via Skype - neatly circumventing Texas' ban on same-sex marriages.
A British man convicted of 'menace' after jokingly tweeting that he planned to blow up an airport has lost his appeal, sparking a massive 'I am Spartacus' campaign.
The world's most expensive Advent calendar has gone on sale in the world's favorite corner shop, Harrods.
Swiss adventurer Yves Rossy has demonstrated a new version of his jetpack by performing two loop-the-loops.
A massive storm has blown up on the internet over a stolen recipe for apple pie.
El Salvador and Honduras famously went to war in the 1960s over a game of football. And now those their southern neighbors, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, are squaring up to each other across the border - and it's all the fault of Google Maps.
Make the most of the next couple of weeks with your girlfriend; she may not be around much longer than that.
British police are being taught how to track criminals from the comfort of their own desks, using Facebook and Twitter.
A Toronto police officer is suing YouTube for hosting video of him abusing a G20 protester for blowing bubbles.
Mitsubishi's planning to let couch potatoes test drive its new 4x4 without leaving the house.
A British police force last night tweeted details of all 3,205 incidents it had to deal with.