The White House has bowed to public opinion, and said that it too believes cellphone unlocking should be legal.
The Federal Communications Commission has let it be known that it plans to investigate the recent ban on cellphone unlocking.
The US government will have to reconsider its decision to ban cellphone unlocking, after an online petition reached the necessary 100,000 signatures.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is calling for the US to abandon its attempt to extradite British student Richard O'Dwyer over alleged copyright offenses.
Mass Effect 3 developer Bioware says it's working on more content for the game after tens of thousands of players complained about the ending.
Apple's pulled its iTunes application from the website of a Christian group accused of being anti-gay and anti-women.
The Spanish owner of two domains seized by the US government earlier this year is fighting back, filing a petition in the Southern District of New York for their return.
Mark Zuckerberg can breathe a little easier: the blasphemy case in Pakistan which has been hanging over his head since last summer appears to have quietly been dropped.
The video game industry is certainly no stranger to controversy, with disputes between studios and their opponents typically focusing on (purported) excess violence, along with sexual and occult concerns.
Apple's coming under fire from gay rights groups over an app that claims to be able to 'cure' homosexuality.
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.
Google is adding cycle routes to Google Maps, allowing users to plot the best routes in 150 cities across the US.