Some surprises are taking place at Apple’s special event in San Francisco happening now. So far not only has the iPad 2 been unveiled, but its been unveiled by Steve Jobs himself.
Are you entering spring without internationally-aware updates to your 2011 fashion?
Every girl dreams of the day they have someone to call their own–oh, and to send them mushy text messages.
This drone gives new meaning to “bird watching.”
Guide Nick Carraway as he searches for the elusive Jay Gatsby while fighting off flappers and men with tommy guns, just as author F. Scott Fitzgerald intended.
As the last of Egypt’s Internet access has been shut down, Google is faced with the prospect that — despite their best attempts by enabling Twitter-through-phone — this revolution may not be Twitter-ized.
NewsFeed isn’t sure if this is ominous news or not.
When you think about Apple being accused of ignoring safety conditions at its contractors’ factories, your shiny new iPhone may lose some luster.
Google bypassed the birthdays of Edgar Allen Poe and Janis Joplin Wednesday in order to honor the French painter. That’s saying something.
If you were one of those people who hated poetry in high school, don’t feel too bad. Even computers struggle with it.
Because Google has pretty much already dominated Earth, they’ve decided to move on up. Way up.
Want to know if the Beatles really were bigger than Jesus? Then head over to the Google Books NGram Viewer.