In order to assuage the creationist protesters who complain that Neil DeGrasse Tyson's series doesn't allow for a God-centric explanation, Funny Or Die creates a creationist version. It lasts mere minutes.
Net noise about season two of the Neflix hit show pile up like snow in a blizzard Thursday as people try to redefine "video on demand."
Food inventor Charles Francis uses synthesized jellyfish protein to create glowing ice cream that costs more than $200 a scoop.
Backed by tech luminaries, the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, a $3 million reward, is being presented to 11 different scientists for their efforts to cure diseases.
After European citizens began to complain en masse over a report proposing that porn should be banned in the 27-member state bloc, European politicians blew the whistle on their own IT department.
Jonathan Abrams' latest project raises seed round from investors including 500 Startups' Dave McClure.
Andreessen Horowitz is leading a new investment in this change-the-world kind of company, which is run by a man who's already done world-changing things.
Mobile apparently isn't the only focus for Yahoo, which picked up a digital scrapbooking site to turn its users into content curators.
Under increasing pressure to pay taxes after IPO, Facebook co-founder says he will "pay any taxes due on everything I earned while a U.S. citizen."
Almost from the start, CEO Jeff Bezos has had to butt heads with a gaggle of critics pressing to see short-term returns at Amazon.