Obama's hidden son, Neil Armstrong's space sherpa, and an iPhone adorned with the N-word are just a few of the Onion stories that Facebook users have bought hook, line, and sinker.
Two professors at the University of California, San Francisco say the TSA's body scanners do not detect large, irregularly shaped objects because they could be confused with normal anatomy.
Google says the "Face Unlock" feature in Ice Cream Sandwich can't be fooled by images. A viral video begs to differ.
Actors give excited interviews to reporters at debut of Netflix service in Canada, but company says that's not what it wanted.
Social site now better at collecting Diggs under canonical URLs, and tracking them too.
Is Novell using Microsoft, or is Microsoft using Novell? Come on. Are you serious? Is there any doubt?
In a private stock sale gone awry, the social network is accused of misleading two firms to boost its value prior to going public.
The first flagship BlackBerry 10 smartphone contains a "critical" bug that could allow hackers to crack into the device and pilfer files and data.
Smooth words and a fake identity gave one man the power to compromise millions of private financial records belonging to US consumers.
The micro-blogging site will make a multitude of animated GIFs and many of the memes that make life worth living unavailable this weekend.