A desperate plea for a lost dog on Reddit turns up a happy, tail-wagging ending.
Move over Godzilla, you've got competition from adorable giant-size animals in an entertaining trailer made from stock footage.
Weird science! Some California makers wanted to know if the sparks from a Tesla coil could roast marshmallows, so they built one to find out.
The in-development No More Woof project aims to translate dog brainwaves into human speech through a crowdfunded device.
Instagram has a new service that lets you send photos direct to people who follow you, called Instagram Direct.
Agency's public-facing site has been down for several hours, with some speculating that a denial-of-service attack is the culprit. But it's not clear at this point what's behind the outage.
The ads tease an upcoming rebrand of the struggling phone-firm, possibly changing its name to 'Hold This Cat'.
This is Emily's last week on the show, so she leaves us with a few words of wisdom before she heads off into the sunset. Also this week, the Xbox 720 might require some ridiculousness, and Apple's iWatch could bend and snap.
A wonderful piece of crowdsleuthing by the fervent Android fans of the XDA forums has revealed how many Nexus 4s have been built.
Sure, fears of human-zapping robots might be a "flakey concern," but that doesn't mean technology is short on existential risks. The University of Cambridge is out to find the truth.