Boston Police have asked for help via Twitter in tracking down the remaining bombing suspect, while also telling tweeps not to give too much away.
In a high-profile effort at high-tech crowdsourcing: the FBI wants the public's help in identifying two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Segway fans are having an absolute shocker today, following a magistrate's ruling that the two-wheeled trundlers can't be ridden on the pavement.
A man who sent a frustrated tweet to his followers, threatening to blow up an airport in the United Kingdom, is charged with sending a threatening communication.
The Air Force wants to build an offensive botnet to cripple foreign defenses.
How to get to the top of the iTunes podcast list--we think. We'll let you know Monday. Also, breaking news! Amazon goes down midshow! Was it something we said? In other news, we attempt to solve issues of global hypercapitalism, the growth imperative, and their inevitable consumer-unfriendly consequences. Plus, we find out why you have to go through voicemail hell when you call customer support, and the answer makes us lose our ever-loving minds.
How to get to the top of the iTunes podcast list--we think. We'll let you know Monday. Also, breaking news! Amazon goes down midshow! Was it something we said?
In the days since 1,000 miles, Road Trip 2009 has visited some of the most incredible scenery America has to offer--and learned about some of the most sobering military realities.
The National Security Authority cites security concerns over the company photographing military buildings in Oslo.
In what might be one of the more unfortunate closed-captioning snafus of recent years, a Twitter user posts a photo of what he says is a Fox affiliate mistakenly presenting the heart-object of certain nerds as suspect No. 2.