Online gamers immersed in fantasy worlds supported a very real virtual economy worth more than $15 billion worldwide in 2010. But some also used the shadowy gaming services of so-called "gold farmers" – mostly Chinese and Vietnamese players who sell in-game resources to those lacking time or patien Full story
Online videogame giant Zynga is close to raking in half a billion in funding, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin
If you've ever wanted a shot at the "Man of Steel" or to fight the Batman, this is your chance. "D.C. Universe Online" lets you be a hero, or a villain. Msnbc.com's Todd Kenreck gives it a 8 out of 10.
Online sports books are aggressive in setting odds, reports CNBC's Darren Rovell.
Online sales are up this holiday season, largely due to the free shipping so many online stores are offering. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.
Julian Assange – the target of a European arrest warrant – is fighting for his personal freedom amid an online game of cat and mouse to keep WikiLeaks online. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.
Gwyneth Paltrow is in talks to be a substitute teacher for the glee club, according to E! Online.
There are rumors "Idol" has booted judge Kara DioGuardi, but a source tells E! Online that she tried to quit two months ago.
Melissa Spangenberg holds a photo of her parents Jerald Spangenberg and Ann Allen next to a computer screen showing an image from World of Warcraft, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009, in New York. When her father collapsed and died in the middle of a quest in the online game, Spangenberg embarked on a quest of h