Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles the difficult calculations required to determine the weight of superhero Thor's otherworldly weapon.
The open-source software, which has emerged as the de facto standard for big data processing, may be what tips enterprise in the favor of open source, according to some high-level execs.
Peter the pachyderm proves mighty skilled with a stylus as he plays with Samsung's large-screened smartphone.
This faithful reproduction of the 1969 toy even has a hand-cranked winch. Just don't expect it to haul your old jalopy.
Held in dive bars across the world, the #kittencamp meme battles promote crazy cats, lolz, and other highlights of meme culture.
Sharp's 90-inch telly -- largest LED TV in the world! -- is now on sale in Europe. Guess how much it costs.
A pair of fans has created a 3D-printable version of the chess-like board game played in George R R Martin's A Game of Thrones.
Does it make any sense for Google to unveil a new piece of wearable tech this week? Does it have to make sense?
T-Mobile confirms an April 24 availability date via Twitter.
The social network's latest attempt to goose revenue exposes an elephant in News Feed: advertisers are always watching.