Despite our naysaying, Cameron's half-billion-dollar epic wins critical applause and eager audiences
Dickens, Santa Claus, or kids? Sphere's Paul Yeager probes the mythology
Pro-regime hackers getting revenge, vandals trying to frame them, or someone else entirely?
Astronomers are elated: they've discovered a close extrasolar planet with water and an atmosphere
The government calls a techie's prank a "public safety concern"
Bloggers are glad to see Bing and Apple uniting against Google, but are skeptical the union will go much further
The always-odd ceremony has some surprising picks in 2009
Ryan Tate relentlessly strafes the popular social network
The burger chain is already challenging the coffee giant in caffeinated beverages. How high does Wi-Fi raise the stakes?
A Twitter co-founder's hyped new company gets pounced
Is the tool-using cephalopod an environmentalist at heart, a burgeoning social-networker?
Contrary to Michael Arrington's claims, bloggers say automated content isn't a quality killer
A Google fanboy leads the backlash against the new feature
Earth-killing asteroids? Black holes? The agency launches its most ambitious space-mapping satellite to date
Coulter compares a Tiger Woods mistress to her rival Republican pundit
Even after having his nose broken this weekend, the Italian prime minister can't catch a break
The Atlantic Wire collects ambitious, off-kilter lists, and adds one of our own
The company may offer customers incentives to use less bandwith, dividing tech bloggers
The tireless foe takes a break to praise the president's Nobel speech