Technically Incorrect: He might pose as a tech expert. But even the best make mistakes. Having signed up for Twitter, Edward Snowden gets buried in e-mail notifications from followers.
During a radio interview, the "Game of Thrones" actress who plays Arya Stark definitively answers the question of whether a certain prominent character is coming back for season 6. Spoilers ahead.
Technically Incorrect: At an Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game, one lone woman in a section of the stadium tries to resist, as everyone else takes a selfie.
The company will host an event at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET to introduce the devices. CNET will have an exclusive live-stream of it.
What's new with the new iPhones? Follow our tweet journal for impressions and lots of photos.
Spoilers are coming. A new photo from the set of "Game of Thrones" fuels talk that a major character's fate may not be as presumed.
It wasn't just a little environmental fiddling. It was far, far more.
Australian company Forcite Helmet Systems have launched a Kickstarter for its smart helmet, Forcite Alpine, geared for snow sports and expected to be shipped out next January.
Technically Incorrect: How dull if people were the only ones to respond to your gaze. This 3D printed cape can too, with a mind and soul of its own. But is it slightly creepy?
Superheroes apparently enjoy kissing and acting generally goofy when they're making a blockbuster movie.