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Google's new high-tech eye wear apparently won't recognize profane words.
Expand your curse word vocabulary with the $78,500 Interactive Periodic Table of Swearing. The one-off creation is covered in push buttons that trigger expletives from a refined British voice.
IRL Shooter is bringing its real-life zombie-shooter event to Sydney in 2014, with tickets to go on sale soon.
A new interactive site displays where, and how often, people around the world use the F-word on Twitter. Looks like New York is really effed up.
Why oh why won't anyone learn that Twitter is a veritable hotbed of PR disaster?
The built-in voice-to-text feature on Google's new Nexus One phone replaces rude utterances with hash marks.
If you stood by believing all of HP's grand proclamations about standing by WebOS and supporting it to the end, you're finding out the hard way that love really does hurt. A lot. Plus, we discuss whether HP really can make it in the post-PC world, and whether this was or wasn't the best week Microsoft has had in a long time. Also, we invent the Mail Truck Alternative to waiting 8 days for online TV, dish out some love advice on Computer Love, and find out why "kids" is apparently a dirty word.
It's podcast friday, y'all! Episode 105 is brought to you by Rory Reid, Ian Morris and newcomer Marian Smith. Don't adjust your podcatchers, there's nothing wrong with her voice -- she's just American
Currently, my N95 is a ball and paddle game, a pedometer, a GPS system, an iPod killer, a TV substitute and most importantly of all, a lightsaber
Al Goldstein was once the famous (and famously hated) publisher of the smut magazine Screw. Now the onetime multimillionaire and foul-mouthed sex celeb has turned his talents to hawking the Booble.com adult search engine.