Startups catering to religious groups promise more parishioners -- and donations.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, who brought many a Broadway hit into the world, believes that Wi-Fi would allow business to be conducted in God's house.
Fed up with his services being disrupted by technology, an Italian priest installs a jamming device. Not everyone is pleased.
Artist Marissa Garner designs window art featuring superheroes, robots and comic book villains. "I would go to this church," fans say.
Technically Incorrect: So many pressures. So many expectations. So much hassle. It's not surprising that online shopping provides a cocoon of sanity.
Twitter accounts affiliated with the Internet vigilantes known as Anonymous vow to besiege the Islamic militants with "massive cyber attacks."
Technically Incorrect: In a new Motorola ad, Kutcher tests how long people can go without touching their phones. It's all in the service of, well, selling you a phone of course.
CNET's Anthony Domanico is a big fan of the Fallout video game series, but with the newly released Fallout 4, he's playing a bit differently this time around.
The Ragnarok amplifier is the brand's first to drive speakers and/or headphones, and it sounds like it means business.
Technically incorrect: A new Pew survey examines the way people view disharmony between religion and science. It shows there's a big difference between how people see their own beliefs and how they view the beliefs of others.