Geek elite including Steve Wozniak, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Guillermo del Toro, and Stan Lee get their own trading cards complete with stats, trivia, and quotes. The artist talks to Crave's Bonnie Burton.
Let Stan Lee, Hugh Jackman, and a host of other celebrities provide new fodder in the ongoing Superman versus Batman debate.
When you search for these celebrities online, McAfee says, you have the best chances of landing on a page that tested positive for dangerous malware.
Which gadget geeks up Grant Imahara's living room? Which smartphone has sci-fi author John Scalzi buzzing? What's Seth Green so excited about? Crave's Bonnie Burton checks in with a dozen-plus geeky celebs.
Some lucky so-and-sos will get their hands on a pair of Google Glass specs early, and annoyingly some of them are celebrities.
Already a reality for U.S. members, U.K. Facebook users now pay fees to send messages to famous people, those outside their networks.
Want Donald Trump to post a picture of his hair when he wakes up? You might just get your wish, if a new site that trades amusing celeb stunts for charity dollars takes off.
Celebrities attract a crowd, so it's no shocker that Google apparently wants to attract celebrities to Google+. The sticky wicket: identity.
day on the job For Tout director of community and content Gardner Loulan, a normal day can mean shooting music videos, providing customer service, and rushing off to show NFL players how to use the startup's micro-video service.
Google's Favorite Places shows us where the posh love to play.