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At last! A sci-fi brothel near Vegas

Celebrated brothel owner Dennis Hof is opening the Alien Cathouse, a sci-fi themed brothel that promises "girls from another world."

By December 29, 2011


BlackBerry turned down Bieber because 'he's not going to last'

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the fine Canadian singer offered himself as a brand ambassador to his fellow Canadians for a mere $200,000 and 20 phones. He was rejected.

By December 5, 2013


Web porn for peace (and other good causes)

The masterminds behind Come4.org would like to see the viewing of online porn become a moneymaker for social causes.

By October 6, 2012


Road Trip Pic of the Day, 6/28: What is this?

If you know what today's picture is, you could be eligible to win a prize in the CNET Road Trip Picture of the Day contest.

By June 28, 2012


Man says he popped into U.S. with iPad passport

A Canadian man forgets his passport. However, he remembers that he scanned it. So he uses his iPad to show the scan to a border control officer. After some delay, he says he is admitted to the U.S.

By January 3, 2012


How will CES cope without porn stars?

Representing the destruction of a tradition, this year's CES will not coincide with the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo. How will the techies cope?

By January 3, 2012


Real-life ghostbusting at the Tally Ho tavern

It takes an old country restaurant, a few amateur investigators, and a bagful of consumer technology to assemble a TV-worthy ghost hunt. We tag along to see the results.

By October 30, 2011


Adultery site: Sex or your money back

In a curiously confident guarantee, the founder of AshleyMadison.com promises he will personally reimburse anyone who fails to have sex after following his site's guidelines.

By July 27, 2011


TripAdvisor app gets trippy with AR feature

New Live View feature offers reviews via uploaded photos showing what app users beheld while composing their review.

By April 14, 2011


Fox News: Suicide is proof tech dehumanizes

commentary Critics blame social networks and computer cameras for the suicide of Tyler Clementi. Greg Sandoval asserts, however, that people don't need gadgets or the Web to commit acts of cruelty.

By September 30, 2010