Technically Incorrect: To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Google uses the work of a first-time doodle artist to depict the Selma march. Apple, too, changes its home page in homage.
Online gallery Computer Virus Catalog sees artists from around the world interpreting and visualising the most famous viruses to hit our hard drives.
Women's rights group UN Women says that though the car-hailing service did sponsor one of its events, there was no talk of a partnership on job creation for women.
Newlyweds celebrate their special day with a cake that looks good enough to play. Crave chats with the baker about the inspiration behind this tasty tribute to Nintendo.
The divisive dress that smothered social media is enshrined on a man's leg as a permanent monument to the frock's fleeting Internet fame.
Technically Incorrect: To place their traditional ashened foreheads in the public domain, priests take a modern approach.
Be sure to have a drink in your hand at 9 p.m. on January 3 if you want to properly honor the master of Middle-earth.
Apple is sending members of the press 100 free songs, as well as a paper version of its "Decade of iTunes" timeline.
After the limited-edition PlayStation 4 quickly sold out, nostalgic gamers turn to the online auction site -- and fork over some serious cash -- to get the console.
Edmunds.com, the car research site, releases amusing ads that show a supermarket checkout clerk haggling. Dealers force the site to remove the ads, saying car dealers don't haggle anymore.