In an upcoming software update, Tesla owners can attach a name to their engine-less electric rides. For Musk, it's "Old Faithful," he tells Stephen Colbert.
The architect of the plan to break California into six separate states faces a hilarious line of questioning from the Comedy Central talk show host.
The satirical news show host uses the Vessyl, a digital cup that can tell Coke from Diet Coke, to poke fun at Silicon Valley and the digitization of everything.
An app comes along that involves merely saying Yo. Stephen Colbert muses on its brilliance and its potential use in real-life situations.
Calling Jeff Bezos "Lex Loser," Stephen Colbert organizes a campaign to sell one first-time author's book through a different retailer.
Fresh off news that a computer program passed the Turing Test, Stephen Colbert argues that the end of humanity might already be here.
After Amazon is granted a patent for photographs taken on a white background, Colbert decides to one-up the company.
In a segment on his show, sponsored by T-Mobile US, Colbert suggests that its phones be inserted up rear ends to alleviate constipation. Now that's a product endorsement.
Twitter is alive with reactions to the (now official) news that Stephen Colbert will be the next "Late Show" host on CBS. Crave's Eric Mack seeks to capture the gestalt.
No joke: Stephen Colbert's not a fan of Edward Snowden's whistleblowing, the political satirist tells a packed house at the closing RSA Conference keynote speech.