A promotional magazine from Nintendo reinforces just about every stereotype about girls that we've spent the past five decades trying to dispel. Nice job, guys.
In order to track norovirus, UK authorities would like people to get as graphic as possible with their unhealthy tweets.
Apple does a lot of things right, but this app is such a huge misfire, it rates only 1.5 stars in the App Store. Fortunately, there are some great alternatives.
A new iPhone 5C on Virgin Mobile, a post-AT&T iPhone 4S on Straight Talk, and an old iPhone 4 on T-Mobile. Which one costs the least and works the best?
Oh, snap! And we're not just talking about the lack of a hinge here. Word of Nintendo's new budget-friendly non-foldable handheld gaming device gets the jokes flowing.
And what will this virtual Abe Lincoln cost you? A quick bit of Facebook love.
There's something about Harry, who makes a much-anticipated return to iOS in this port of the popular console game.
Words like "flatulence" and "quickie," as well as 17 phrases involving the word "butt," are banned by Pakistan's telecoms watchdog.
The Acer Aspire AS5515 is now priced as low as a Netbook, but offers a full-size screen and keyboard, a DVD drive, and Windows Vista Home Basic. (Never said it was perfect.)
Designer Damjan Stanković has imagined a drinking glass that can indicate what it holds. The Cipher concept glass tells you when you're having OJ, milk, or Coke.