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The Scooby Gang can now hop in their Mystery Machine and chase would-be ghosts and monsters in brick form. Plus Lego Scoob gets his own movies.
Charles O'Rear is the photographer behind Bliss, the Windows XP image that went on to grace millions of desktops around the world. He discusses the iconic photo and how it will live on as XP fades away.
Google must remove from its search results photos of the former Formula One president at a sex party, a French court rules.
Larry Kirshbaum, the editorial head of Amazon's adult and children's publishing imprints, is on his way out as Amazon ponders its next move in book publishing.
9 million YouTubers were taken in by a video of a twerking girl whose backside-wagging caused a fire. Kimmel reveals the video was his brainchild.
Two moms have designed a pack that will help young students (and their imaginations) take flight.
A room designed for Hotel Modez in the Netherlands is completely covered in QR codes that, when scanned, show porn.
At a developer summit in San Francisco tomorrow, Microsoft could have something to say about its next operating system.
Coursera lands $16 million round from venture capitalists and partners with five universities to build out its platform for delivering university classes online.
Manchester United demands Google Play -- formerly Android Market -- block all unofficial uses of its club crest on apps.