A false assumption spreading around online forums is that only the people to whom Hulu Plus invitations are sent can sign up for the service, but TG Daily has learned otherwise.
While most people are complaining about the economy like old crotchety people, some people are actually using it to their advantage - like 17-year-old Steven Ortiz who got a Porsche without spending any money.
After years of refining its specialized search engine that sweeps the Web for images instead of text, Google is launching a brand new version of Google Image Search that provides more results in an easier-to-use interface.
Somewhere inside of you is a Steve Jobs, a Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerberg, stinking up the place with fabulosity. So, go make an App, today is your day.
If you thought the recent problems with the iPhone antennae were a bid deal, you might want to think again. The display leaves a lot to be desired.
Scratch that famous question off the list of unsolvable riddles because now there is an answer to, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?"
Turns out those tough-looking guys who install wires behind your walls aren’t as macho as their tool belts may suggest.
Apparently, most American's aren't too keen on the idea of paying $13 just to be able to watch Youtube for a couple hours and would rather entertain themselves for free.
The UK government has spent tens of thousands of pounds on developing iPhone apps, the BBC has revealed.
Those delicate little flowers at Facebook have been swooning in shock at the sight of nipples - on a porcelain doll.
It may just be the most unsettling fashion trend ever. Teenage girls have started importing something called "circle lenses" that make their eyes appear bigger, like an anime character. It's all thanks to Lady Gaga's Bad Romance music video.
The iPhone 4 was released into the wild, only to find itself amidst a host of avid fans and critics. Maybe it doesn't matter that it had problems. Maybe that's part of the plan.
Finland has just passed a law that makes it a government-guaranteed right for every citizen to have access to a high-speed Internet connection.
It seems your mother was completely wrong - money can buy you happiness, or at any rate satisfaction. But it doesn't necessarily help you enjoy yourself.
In what has to be the best explanation to staff ever, Woot CEO Matt Rutledge has announced that the company is to be taken over by Amazon.
Toymaker Parker Brothers has created a limited edition of five Lightcycles - yup, the ones from Tron - and is selling them for $35,000 a pop on ebay.
The typical two year PC upgrade cycle and Microsoft's software roadmap is not going to hold in a Web-centric app-happy world. Does Redmond get it?
No good can come of censoring the Web, but it doesn't seem to bother Pakistan. iPhone 4 not sufficiently blasphemous to get banned, but hipsters may be lashed.
Identity thieves promise everyone free buckets of Oxycotin and Vicodin Jello shots.
ThinkGeek gets a cease and desist letter from the other white meat lawyers on behalf of aggrieved pigs heading to slaughter.