A Web-based survey released this week is shedding new light on an age-old question: “Where’s the craziest place you’ve ever done it?”
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Cell phones are blamed for all sorts of problems — and now, a new study suggests they may be linked to behavioral problems in kids. By popular demand, we’ve brought back TechCult Special Correspondent Bernard Faigenblatt to dissect the findings.
Microsoft is mad about a new report comparing Vista to the failed New Coke experiment of the mid-80s. Is it time to put our anger aside and start learning to love the new Windows?
TechCult takes your questions, comments, and come-ons. This week: cybersex, social marketing, and immature humor.
In what can only be a desperate cry for help, Sony CEO Howard Stringer described the Wii as an “expensive niche” console in full public view.
A lanky teenager from Eugene, Oregon posted a rude comment on a moderate-sized blog, authorities said Friday.
A new study out this week finds e-mails pretending to have naked pictures of Angelina Jolie or Nicole Kidman are the most likely to contain malicious code. A second, less publicized analysis shows e-mails pretending to have funny jokes are the most likely to have been sent by a total douchebag.
With its plans to regulate online content knocked down for a second time within a single year, the U.S. Justice Department has decided to take on a new tactic, a source has revealed: kidnapping the Internet.