The end of a man’s life is an inappropriate occasion for NewsFeed’s usual mix of puns and drollery, so we’ll just announce this one straight: The multi-millionaire businessman who owned the Segway company died yesterday after …
Forget negotiating conflicts in the Sudan. The United Nations is set to act as earth’s first contact with aliens.
Not that you really needed another reason to want an iPad, but research now shows that technology actually makes us happier.
Facebook went down yesterday, in what was one of the biggest web meltdowns in recent history. (And it may have been an eerie spoiler of the Social Network movie.) But how did it happen? One small software bug created big …
Facebook, for a time, crashed Thursday. Commerce, as we knew it, ground to a halt. Children cried. Workers were forced to, you know, work. Meanwhile NewsFeed spent this morning watching the Facebook movie – where all this was foretold.
Okay, maybe it’s not to be found on an iPhone, but could high-tech software be the unlikely key to saving endangered species?
Invisible internet money is the new real money!
Good news for everyone looking for a flat-screen TV, but just happen to be too cheap to buy one.
Forget the WD-40. Hungarian bike designers give a whole new meaning to clean design by unveiling the world’s first chainless bike, reports WIRED.
If you want to use Twitter this morning, steer clear of Twitter.com. (via Techland)
Facebook has denied rumors that it is in the early stages of developing its own telephone. But the company’s statement could be a window into Facebook’s dream of taking over the world. (Techland breaks down the possibilities)
Did the Hummer in the next lane just cut you off? Obscene gestures are so 1990. Send your choice words to the driver via text message.