Megaupload offers US deal on N. Zealand extradition
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom on Wednesday offered to voluntarily leave New Zealand for the United States if prosecutors agree to release funds to bankroll his defence against online piracy charges.
Why do low-income couples marry less and divorce more?
People with lower incomes value the institution of marriage just as much as those with higher incomes and have similar romantic standards for marriage, according to a new study published in the Journal of Marriage and Fa ...
Megaupload N. Zealand extradition case delayed
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom's extradition case against US authorities has been delayed until next year amid legal wrangling in New Zealand over evidence disclosure, his lawyers said Tuesday.
Apps help smartphones become digital wallets
Wouldn't it be nice to forget your wallet - permanently? That day is coming sooner than you think. In the walletless future there will be no credit cards to lose, no cash to carry and no concert tickets to leave at home. ...
Kodak Gallery photos in limbo as Shutterfly transfer begins
If you're one of the nearly 70 million people who subscribed to the Kodak Gallery photo-sharing site, here's some bad news: It has officially closed.
US arrests head of online poker site
US authorities have arrested the head of online betting website Full Tilt Poker and charged him with a scheme to defraud banks and misleading customers about the security of their funds.
New Zealand court rules Megaupload raid was illegal
New Zealand police acted illegally when armed officers raided Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom's Auckland mansion earlier this year, a High Court judge ruled on Thursday.
Dad's brains mean more to his son's success than his money: study
Sons of fathers with high incomes tend to end up with higher than average incomes themselves, but new research shows that it's not just dad's money that helps a son on his way.
Celebrity endorsements not always a good bet, study shows
(Phys.org) -- Companies paying celebrities big money to endorse their products may not realize that negative perceptions about a celebrity are more likely to transfer to an endorsed brand than are positive ones, according ...
Mobile money plan stumbles at start in Haiti
(AP) Getting money in Haiti can be a harrowing experience: Bank branches are few, most of them are in the capital and a simple transaction can take half a day. Cash machines are scarce as well, and often broken or ...
PlayStation game network takes online film tack
Sony is putting a videogame spin on popular online movie streaming services such as Netflix by giving members of its PlayStation Network access to a library of blockbusters for a monthly fee.