Google have removed an image of a woman having, what she thought was a sneaky wee behind a car, from its Street View website.
Some obviously bored fans have made a fake trailer for Thundercats the movie starring Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman and Vin Diesel on YouTube.
By now the whole world knows about last Sunday's shoe attack on George W Bush. Well now you can relive the moment in the shape of an online game.
Warner Music Group has ordered YouTube to remove all videos by artists on the music label following a breakdown in negotiations between the two parties.
According to statistics released by comScore Facebook is closing in on Google in the race for visitor numbers as well as in time spent on the net.
Dutch publisher Van Dale held an online poll to find the most popular word of the year, embarrassingly the term 'swaffelen' meaning 'swing your penis' came out on top.
An Australian court has used Facebook to send legal papers to an Australian couple after attempts to contact the pair in person, by phone and via email proved unsuccessful.
eBay has told a 24-year-old musician that he can't sell his soul on the popular internet auction site despite having received a number of offers.
A Moscow businessman has copyrighted one of the world's most popular emoticons or Smileys, the winking face: ;-).
Google has released the results of the 2008 Year-End Google Zeitgeist, i.e. the most searched for terms on the world's No 1 search engine over the last year.
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