If unicorn horns were pens, they would look like Bic for Her and they would still be mercilessly mocked by hilariously snarky Amazon reviewers.
The French company that's made over 100 billion pens is looking to develop disposable cartridges for fuel cells for cell phones that could make recharging obsolete.
The No. 2 PC maker adds another high-profile retail partner.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser calls out Acoustic Research and others for pushing tech products that play down to cultural stereotypes in an effort to attract women buyers.
Luxury phone designer Gresso takes on the tragic lack of phones for women with a $3,000 handset described as "romantic" and "delicate."
What's one way abortion-rights supporters can laud the lawmaker who blocked an anti-abortion bill? With amusing online reviews of her shoes, of course: "I am so glad that I have a choice about what shoes to buy."
When you present a $40,000 luxury television to Amazon shoppers, you get hilariously snarky reviews in return.
AMC and Instructure recruit college professors to create a free, online course structured around the zombie drama.
Vauxhall's VXR department has been at it again, this time making the Astra foam at the mouth. It's bright, it's fast and it's fun. What more do you need?
A specialized pen under development is designed to catch writing mistakes and vibrate as a warning. Could it revive the dying art of handwriting?