With his comment about having "binders full of women," the Republican presidential candidate stirs much online activity -- especially on Amazon.
Using this nifty photo-effects app for Android, you can create and share your own mashup photos.
A placeholder for a quote from Google's CEO in a prematurely released earnings report spurs Twitter creativity.
Mitt Romney's comment about seeing "binders full of women" while fielding candidates as Massachusetts governor spurs a blog and Twitter account, while Jeremy the concerned college student now has the whole country job-hunting for him.
Sure, it's just a gimmick, but a potentially useful one for people who prefer analog note-taking. Just one problem: where do you keep your pen?
Your Android KitKat refuses to accept some words exist -- at least in polite company. Indeed, there are 1,400 unacceptable words. Including "lactation."
Slim iPad holder that sports a set of grommets along one side lets you clip your tablet into any three-ring binder. Is it convenience or stealth?
commentary The unfolding of breaking news on social media can create a dangerous well of misinformation, witch-hunting, and egomaniacal info-spewing. Time for some ground rules for the Internet.
Twitter got bigger than ever, and is now essential in daily life. When the pope tweeted, it capped a 2012 full of controversy, business battles, and helping spread crucial information.
It was a year that brought us the futuristic Google Glass and an irate Ira Glass, messed-up maps and a picture-perfect Mars mission, Windows 8 and Apple-Samsung hate. Here's how we heard it.