Wear comfortable shoes. Pen and paper will be provided. Crave contributor Kelsey Adams explains how she became trapped forever in a spatiotemporal distortion, and maybe so could you!
Any respectable Unix clock will tell you that Friday will mark 1,234,567,890 seconds past January 1, 1970. Why not celebrate?
Leaked from today's 404: The irreparable MacBook Pro with Retina Display, Reddit bans high-end domains for astroturfing, 3D-printing a burrito, and a company taxing users for browsing with Internet Explorer 7!
Google cookies to now expire in two years.
By using the new AskEraser tool, users will be able to set their privacy preferences so the search engine does not retain their Web search history.
iPods are disposable tech, high-end audio lasts a long, long time. The Audiophiliac ponders why more folks don't buy for the long haul.
Privacy advocates seek changes to better protect consumers during Web searches, like using an opt-in cookie instead of an opt-out for company's AskEraser tool.
Search giant, which has endured past criticism from privacy advocates for its Web cookie policies, backs $5,000 prize for best YouTube video demystifying the tiny text files.
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