Charles Laufer, the founder of the teen magazine Tiger Beat, passed away earlier this month in Northridge, Calif. at 87 from heart failure.
Is your PlayStation Network running slow, experiencing technical difficulties or not working at all? If so, you have been directly affected by a digital war between Sony and the infamous Internet hacker subculture ‘Anonymous.’
President Obama announced via Facebook that he will be holding a Town Hall meeting with Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s prostitution trial is coming up next month, and George Clooney has been named a witness by defense lawyers.
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s Matthew Doig’s ideal journalism candidate has cursed out editors, had spokespeople hang up on them in anger and has “threatened to resign at least once because some fool wanted to screw around with their perfect lede.”
CBS executives may want Charlie Sheen back, but he won’t be winning with Warner Bros.
New York state lawmakers are pushing to outlaw Salvia, the hallucinogenic herb Miley Cyrus took bong hits from in a viral video posted online last December.
“Jane Bond” Valerie Plame Wilson, the former C.I.A. operative, is set to release her first spy novels next year based on her experiences combined with fiction.
The scattered hacktivist subculture “Anonymous” posted emails Monday from a former employee of Bank of America Corp., claiming the bank committed mortgage fraud and hid foreclosure information.
Tea Party Nation posted today that the loose-knit hacker group Anonymous had attacked its website. Tea Party Nation said it had been warned that Anonymous would come after the Tea Party movement and the organization specifically.
Notorious hacker group "Anonymous" is targeting the U.S. government for what it considers the unjust incarceration of former Army Private Bradley Manning.
We Dare, a new risqué Nintendo Wii game, includes kissing game controllers, pole dancing, stripping, hiding the “Wiimote” inside clothes and even spanking.
Amidst the revolutionary turmoil of the Middle East, the shadowy online hacker group known as "Anonymous" has spread its influence. Government websites in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Algeria, and Iran – as well as Zimbabwe and Italy -- have been attacked and at times shutdown by the hacker group which claims it fights in its own way for freedom.
AnonNews, a website affiliated with the activities of the infamous hacktivist group known as "Anonymous" posted a threatening letter to the Westboro Baptist Church last Wednesday.
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