A duo known as the "Masked Avengers" managed to get the vice presidential candidate on the phone by pretending to be French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
The Twitter-owned video app is invading the Web after a yearlong head start on smartphones.
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.
Ahead of an Amazon event where the e-commerce giant is expected to unveil its own streaming media device, Google's TV dongle gets three more content-streaming apps.
Actress Lily Collins may be gorgeous, talented, and have a famous rocker for a dad, but searching for her online can apparently lead your computer down a not-so-pretty path.
Five-day festival will feature comedy legends and young comedians telling jokes through tweets and video clips on Vine, The New York Times reports.
A tasty yet disturbing tribute to the vow of "till death do us part." Crave's Bonnie Burton talks with bride and cake designer Natalie Sideserf about her beheaded confection.
Following the iOS version, the cable comedy network isn't worried that bringing its app of thousands of comedy clips to television will steal the spotlight from its normal programming.
This hilarious mashup of the silent film and iPhone send-up genres shows what happens when a human stands in for the smartphone.