Carnegie Mellon scientists are teaching physics to robots to improve their soccer-playing performance.
It seems grossly unfair, when there are so many worthy humans yet to get an iPad (sniffs sadly), but the latest recipient is - wait for it - a dolphin.
Google has unveiled a new feature that allows users to upload their own pictures to use as the background image on Google.com's main landing page, without affecting the search platform's load times.
A coffee machine that recognizes your tastes and matches the brew to you? Yes, we would make love to this gadget.
We're not sure about its green credentials, but this is one alternative car. Powered only by Coke and Mentos, it has an impressive 221-foot range.
Google ditches Windows. Hell breaks loose! Pink newspaper roils the Internets. Windows users cry, "D'oh!"
If you were looking for professional advice, would you go to expertsexchange.com? Or would you buy art from speedofart.com?
A woman injured by a car on a busy road is suing Google for giving her dangerous walking directions.
Yeah, sure, movie-lovers are clamoring for 3D versions of Iron Man in 3D, along with virtually every movie that has “Star” in its title, or Keanu Reeves in its credits.
Android. iPhone. Internets. Get off my monopolistic lawn, you damn kids!
There are eleven robots with thumping heads today, one presumes, after the first robot graduation party.
Wired is on the iPad. So what? iPadifying your publication just cheapens a product that has difficulty staying relevant.
Breaks wind barrier in phone technology. Damn you short headlines designed for ADD Internets.
Hipsters in mass suicide pact upon realization that Apple products will be used by people wearing sweats and shopping at, uhm, Walmart.
A new app aims to fix one of the most annoying features of the web - unwanted mentions of Justin Bieber.
Someone in the merchandising team at 6pm.com has a red face this morning - on Friday, the internet retailer mistakenly priced almost all its products at $49.99.
The passengers on Oceanic flight 815 should have gone straight to hell, but they only made it to syndication.
It's an iconic scene: Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's character in Sex and the City, sitting at her Mac computer and typing away her daily insights. Well, guess what? That Mac is now a PC.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.
Everybody Draw Muhammad Day. Pakistan bans YouTube and Facebook. Reviews of Four Lions. Death to us!