Watch Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders argue about ashtrays, baldness and circus acts. The US presidential race is even livelier when the debates are filtered via YouTube series "Bad Lip Reading."
Turn iBooks into audiobooks.
At San Diego Comic-Con, the search giant unveils a feature called Bubble Zoom, which enlarges speech bubbles with the push of a button.
Japanese designer Kouichi Okamoto has used silver conducting and nanoparticle ink to lighten up reading.
A guy fed a computer the first four Potter books, but the resulting prose makes about as much sense as one of Ron's mangled spells.
Hey Worf, keep the music down and the fighting to a minimum, will ya? The Captain wants to engage with his book.
Nvidia's GTX 1080 and 1070, and AMD's RX480 are the graphics cards you've been waiting for. But you'll want to keep waiting a little bit longer.
Facebook and Google introduced two new artificial intelligence technologies that are making machines really smart.
The average Norwegian has 33 apps on their smartphone, so the country's consumer body live streamed the reading of the small print of 33 popular apps. It took almost 32 hours.
The 2017 Intelligence Authorization Act would deal a blow to privacy by making government surveillance easier.