Least surprising story of the week? The study released Tuesday showing that the playable version of the classic video game Pac-Man on Google’s front page has eaten up five million hours of work time.
There’s a single-serve website for that.
Chris Kelly was the one-time privacy czar at Facebook. Now he’s running for attorney general in California. Will the social network’s snafus snare his political hopes?
Proof that even rock stars are but mortal beings was confirmed Tuesday after the announcement that Bono’s bad back is causing the cancellation of U2′s North American tour.
Whether you’re a cellular or landline aficionado: May 24 is a telecommunications day to remember. Without Samuel F.B. Morse and a single experimental wire, both technologies may never have existed.
Seat belt advocates and “Eat Mor Chikin” addicts rejoice. Utah has a new deal in place to please both groups.
There’s one bright spot for two of the American hikers detained in an Iranian prison: two of them are now engaged.
“Where else would we go? Alaska is our home.”
–TODD PALIN, husband to ex-governor Sarah Palin, on why the family has resisted a move from Wasilla, Alaska to the lower 48. (via the New York Times)
With some six million gallons of crude spat into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, frustration continues to grow as thick as the oil and near equal in volume.
More than 100 years after the famed American author’s death, Mark Twain’s autobiography can finally hit bookstands.
The Atlantic sat down to chart out the net worth of each president, from Washington to Obama. Who was rolling in it?
They’ve been calling it the TV event of a generation. Who and what? The TV critics ahead of Sunday night’s finale of Lost. But just what did they think of it? Needless to say … SPOILER ALERT so do not read on if you haven’t watched it.