Read King James Bible on your PC.
A manual on how to grill the perfect barbecue can also be ripped apart and used as a kit for barbecuing.
Figures provided by popular site PornHub suggest that those who live in allegedly more religious communities enjoy as much online release as the allegedly godless.
Here's a rare chance to own everything from an Enigma machine to a life-size alien statue when Christie's Out of the Ordinary auction kicks off.
US Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein Suzi LeVine took her oath not by placing her hand on the Constitution or the Bible, but on a Kindle.
A Brooklyn photographer has engraved mobile phones with slogans that US soldiers scratched onto Zippo lighters during the Vietnam War. The overall message: nothing has changed.
Former fashion CEO Angela Ahrendts joins Apple this week as head of retail and online stores. Expectations are high that she'll bring a new burst of pizzazz.
In order to assuage the creationist protesters who complain that Neil DeGrasse Tyson's series doesn't allow for a God-centric explanation, Funny Or Die creates a creationist version. It lasts mere minutes.
Springer and IEEE will be removing more than 120 papers from their subscription services after a researcher found they were computer-generated gibberish.
Hee-haw! Kfar Kedem, a theme park in Northern Israel that re-creates life 2,000 years ago, gives its donkeys a decidedly 21st century kick.
During the objection period for new generic Top Level Domains, Saudi Arabia launches a multitude of challenges. The domains it has issues with include .wine, .catholic, and .gay.