An ad that launched during the NFL playoffs features poetry and humanity and words from "Dead Poet's Society." Instead of talking features, it asks "what is your verse?"
[Opinion] How do you revive a flatlining show? With some good, hard jolts. But did "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" give "Agents" the cure it really needs?
A retired policeman in Florida is accused of shooting a man before an afternoon movie started because the man was texting and an argument ensued.
The Massachusetts Historical Society has established a Twitter account to publish the bite-sized diary entries of John Quincy Adams, who died in 1848.
Academics Jeff Jarvis and Danah Boyd, on stage at Supernova, can't pinpoint a solution to online privacy controversies, but agree misguided attempts to define privacy are part of the problem.
One of the more fascinating issues Facebook enjoys is that it doesn't know when its users aren't merely lapsed, but dead. How might it solve the problem?
That's right, you no longer need a subscription to save the world as part of a secret society.
Philippe Starck had an epiphany, after all these years: "Everything I have designed is absolutely unnecessary," the French star designer admitted in a recent interview with the German weekly DIE ZEIT.
The electronics giant continues its "Your Verse" campaign with two new TV ads.
Privacy enhancing technologies are finally easy enough to use. Best of all, they threaten to dismantle the widespread surveillance net that the NSA and other agencies have deployed over the past few years.