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.
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.
A U.K. hotel is stocking guest rooms with electronic versions of the Bible as a contemporary nod to the area's book publishing history.
The Android design guide, created to help programmers make apps look and work better, carries a deeper message: Google cares about users.
After what it said are complaints about the "mature" nature of "The Brick Bible," the national retailer has pulled copies of Brendan Smith's book, which used Legos to interpret the Bible.
Graf_chokolo tells blog readers about Sony allegedly raiding his house and urges readers to redistribute his files on reverse engineering the PlayStation 3 in retaliation.
Here's something you don't see every day, to put it mildly -- an electronic Bible reader and PDA. No, your eyes are not deceiving you
The FCC is coming for the schools and churches just like that crazy guy on the corner told you! June 12 they'll require anybody using a wireless microphone that operators in the 700 MHZ spectrum, to stop using that mic. That's right. the purge is coming! For microphones! Actually it'll affect Broadway shows too. Will the FCC be able to round up the ne'er-do-wells? Will Google ruin US-China relations? Well that's another story. Literally.