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Following a T-Mobile e-mail campaign that encouraged BlackBerry customers to switch to an iPhone, BlackBerry's CEO comes out swinging.
An app that lets you sign up for a voluntary kidnapping, nerds spending way too much money on one-word Twitter accounts, LA rolls back a pathetically disorganized iPad rollout to high school students, the answer to why "The Simpsons" is still unavailable to stream, and a very long analysis of the family dynamic in "Full House."
Scientists at Georgia Tech say a new technique for tagging the genome and studying the RNA of a virus could help them discover better antiviral drugs and perhaps even more effective vaccines.
The Trojan used in the RSA breach of 2010 continues to target corporations and governments worldwide. Over 200 variants were recently discovered by researchers.
The fast-food restaurant comes clean after posting a bizarre string of tweets that were thought to be done by hackers. "This is far more hoax than hack," Chipotle says.
A group of "entrepreneurs" (or comedians) have taken to Indiegogo to raise funds to start a Kickstarter campaign. "Problem is we got no funds. Help us help you help us," they say.
An official Twitter account for Verizon's Droid lineup comes back online for first time in nearly two years.
The classic Cozy Coupe kiddie car gets reborn as a working, full-size car, complete with no windshield.
The modest single-story house in Silicon Valley is designated a protected historical site due to its association with the late Apple co-founder.
Photographer Chino Otsuka inserts her adult self next to her child self in photos from the '70s and '80s in a thoughtful series called "Imagine Finding Me."