Plants vs. Caterpillars? Nope, it's not a video game mashup. It's a very real battle, and the plants are using a unique method to win.
Despite claims to the contrary, General Keith Alexander argues that the NSA is actually doing its part to protect US citizens.
Emails between Samsung and Google show that the search giant planned to help shoulder some of Samsung's burden of defending itself against Apple's patent infringement claims, court testimony revealed.
The Department of Defense security and compliance blessing means more government agencies can move workloads to AWS.
Paul Hellyer, who has long insisted that aliens have visited Earth for many years, says that when aliens saw the atomic bomb they decided that we were a great threat to the cosmos.
Singing Wookiees wearing Snuggies? Harvey Korman cooking in drag? Jefferson Starship hologram jam band? Crave's Bonnie Burton tells why the infamous TV special is so bad it's great.
Google's latest product launches have little to do with Android or Chrome. Instead, the company wants to expose and prevent DDoS attacks, and help dissidents build secure Internet proxy networks.
Judge's comments suggest he finds merit in the Web giant's assertion that the project is exempt from copyright laws under the fair use provision.
The sequel to one of the most popular iOS games ever is finally here, and with new power ups and other features, it's bound to be a hit.
Daughter of Don West -- the lawyer defending George Zimmerman, the man who shot the black teen -- posts an image of herself and her dad eating ice cream, with the caption "We Beat Stupidity." West admits it was "grossly insensitive."