MySpace bills itself as "a place for friends". But it and other social networking sites are becoming a place for enemies too.
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Question: Do you think your Google habits - your random, untethered wisps of thoughts manifested as search terms like "unexplained hives" and "Kate Beckinsale single?" - can be bundled together to paint an accurate representation of your morality?
One of Dell's latest desktop PCs deserves an adjective that has rarely applied to its products: stylish.
We've had two months to try out Chrome, Google's foray into the world of web browsers, and it's clear there's a full-fledged battle for the hearts and minds of Internet surfers.We took six of the most popular free browsers for a test drive.
These days, almost all teenagers use social networking sites to connect with friends and share details of their lives.
We BlackBerry owners who have iPhone envy know there's never a worse time to be sitting next to an iPhone user than in a waiting room.
On Twitter, Jesse James has never been one to mince words.
Director Paul Greengrass took on what some say is a fool's errand in making a pricey movie about the Iraq war.
What has the swine flu pandemic taught us, asks Wendy Orent, writing for the Los Angeles Times.
In a battle to woo back web surfers who are spending more time on social networking sites, Internet portal Yahoo has clinched a deal with Twitter to share content across both properties.
The folks behind Family Guy have been saying some of the most alarming things.
At the offices of video game developer Cryptic Studios in Northern California, certain rooms look like a Trekkie's nirvana: Posters from the television series Deep Space 9 and movies Generations and Nemesis line the walls, along with original sketches of the Borg Queen and new designs for Federation ships.
TV2'S Emmy-winning reality show, The Amazing Race, has seen its share of eclectic contestants come and go over the series' 13 seasons: beauty pageant winners and bickering married couples, jock siblings and even little people.
It's as inescapable as any law of physics: To be a movie director, you must first direct a movie. But being a movie director and becoming one are two fundamentally dissimilar things.
It was a sultry summer afternoon on the wooded campus of Sarah Lawrence College, where Julianna Margulies got her start on stage as an undergraduate in the late 1980s, and the actress was reminiscing about what she used to hear from casting directors.
A film from underground artist Banksy has been a hot ticket at Sundance, report John Horn and Chris Lee, of the Los Angeles Times.
When documentary film-maker Lucy Walker smiles and says, "I can't complain my life isn't varied", she is not kidding.
You would be forgiven for not recognising Mariah Carey in her role as a dowdy welfare caseworker in the urban drama Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire.
Before signing on to star as the lead detective in the CBS missing-persons drama Cold Case, Kathryn Morris was courted by Steven Spielberg and Rod Lurie.
Top-rating medical drama House returns tonight with a two-hour season premiere that follows up on the final scene of last season: Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), plagued by Vicodin addiction and hallucinations, checks himself into a mental institution.