British expat Ian Usher has sold his life on eBay for £192,276. The 44-year-old auctioned off his house and its contents as well as his job.
A new ruling from Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers could see domain names such as .sport and .city soon appear on the internet.
Bill Gates is set to step away from Microsoft today and concentrate his time on his charitable foundation the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
According to the Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics, Nintendo is the least eco-friendly electronics firm. The company disputes the charge.
YouTube came out tops in the online video market in the UK according to data released by comScore Video Metrix for March 2008 enjoying a 48% share.
Finnish mobile phone company Nokia has bought the UK software company Symbian in an attempt to challenge Apple and Google in the smartphone wars.
Google has released Map Maker as part of its Google Maps service. The new service lets users map unchartered areas on Google Maps.
Skype, the popular internet telephone service, has released Skype 4.0 a beta version of its latest piece of communication software.
The release of Firefox 3, Mozilla's latest version of the popular web browser was hampered by a technical glitch after the company's servers went down.
The popular social networking site MySpace has been awarded $6 million in an anti-spam case brought against self-styled spam king Scott Richter.
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