Forget a thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters, researchers have created a computer program that writes fables by itself.
The founder of Wikipedia reckons David Cameron's policy on Internet porn is unworkable.
Snapchat tells its more than 100 million users that some third-party apps pose a threat. But the photo-sharing service doesn't address why outsiders were able to connect to Snapchat in the first place.
The Public Radio on Kickstarter comes pre-tuned to pick up a single station. You can choose the station, but it's geared for fans of "All Things Considered" and "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!"
The firm shares updated stats, showing that it's grown the percentage of women in its overall workforce from 24 percent to 29 percent -- though in tech positions the figure is lower.
Fans apparently want to hear their athletes without the interference of journalists, and the now retired Yankee is giving it to them with a site called the Players' Tribune.
The physicist explains that science now offers more convincing explanations for existence. He is therefore an atheist.
The LCD display for Apple's new 5.5-inch iPhone is the best performer ever tested by DisplayMate. Does that mean it's the best display on the market?
MacBooks are great, but not perfect. However that doesn't mean you can't improve yours in significant ways.
Korean architecture firm Hoon Moon must be feeling pretty great about this futuristic, minimalist structure it designed. It's a little bit Sandcrawler, a little bit Death Star, and a whole lot of awesome. That's no space station... it's a house!