Turns out the oft-used abbreviation has its origins in a British Naval dialogue.
Thanks to a Street View camera bolted to a specially designed "tundra buggy," Google Maps shows a bear's-eye view of Churchill, Manitoba, nestled within one of the world's largest polar bear populations.
A 400-pound bear sinks its teeth into a Manitoba man but apparently gets scared off by a mobile phone's light.
Road Trip 2011: In Bristol, England, the SS Great Britain is a reminder of a transformational age when, for the first time, sailing across oceans became an attractive thing for the rich to do. And those seeking their fortunes as well.
This week, we stopped selling our magic potions on eBay and started wondering if we might see a Windows Surface RT tablet for less than $200. Also, amazing photos taken with the iPhone.
Rock icon Peter Frampton invests a lot of time recording his music; he really wants you to hear how good it sounds.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's Kendrick Perkins isn't going to stoop to eBay. He's not going on Craigslist. No, he simply offers his pooch to his tweeps.
After its recent exit from the high-end plasma TV market, Panasonic emphasizes how it will adapt its technology, including 4K camera and display expertise, for business customers.
Miss a few stories this week? We'll get you up to speed with this rundown of all the tech news.
Five of the most influential tech investors, including Peter Thiel and Reid Hoffman, highlight their top 10 trends for the next five years during a panel discussion.