An anonymous Craigslist poster seeks collaborators for a new religion based on the life and works of the Facebook CEO.
Research published in the MIT Technology Review offers that there seems a direct link between increased use of the Internet and a decline in religious dedication.
HBO's fantasy saga is back with a swaggering episode that brings new characters to the fore and something long absent from Westeros -- hope. Here's a spoiler-free look at what to expect.
The new policies arrive as the social network steps up its effort to eliminate bullying behavior directed at users.
At a cybersecurity summit held on the Stanford University campus, President Obama outlines a plan for companies and the US government to share information and fend off cyberattacks.
A parody video from Above Average shows social networking taken to the extreme. On Jynx, you only see posts from friends who share the same opinions as you.
Technically Incorrect: Appearing on Fox News, terror expert Steve Emerson claims that the UK's second-biggest city, Birmingham, is a place non-Muslims dare not enter. This is severely untrue, as Twitter wittily explains.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, who brought many a Broadway hit into the world, believes that Wi-Fi would allow business to be conducted in God's house.
2014 proved that every utterance of a company constitutes an ad. But which were the most memorably positive and which simply hurt?