This week's web-based time-waster takes care of all your throwing-around-a-rubber-duckie needs.
DuckDuckGo, the search engine that does not collect any personal information about you, has released apps for iOS and Android.
Yet another disabled little duckie gets a new lease on life thanks to the magic of 3D printing.
The pilot of an Airbus A320 in the skies around Heathrow Airport is suddenly startled by what he calls a cigar-shaped object flying toward his plane. He takes evasive action. Of a sort.
As we gear up for the release of Grand Theft Auto V, enjoy some crazy-eyes modding for its predecessor involving a giant duck, a zebra, an ostrich, a tiger, and a polar bear.
Born with a backward foot, little Buttercup could only walk in great pain -- until his owner came up with a novel idea for a duckie prosthetic.
AOL Reader, coming Monday, inserts the company among the likes of Feedly and Digg that are jockeying to pick up users cast off by Google's shuttering service.
The Google chief sidestepped a query on whether the social network's Android home will affect app engagement.
The Microsoft chairman answered a panoply of questions from the social news site's users last night, including the most important of all.
The upstart search engine promises less clutter. But can it really take on Google?