Reverend Bob Larson, an Arizona priest, believes in using technology to get rid of unwanted evil.
Somehow, in the U.K., where the government has even more cameras than Google, the company is again being accused of being evil. Is this another example of its badness? Or does Google just need better marketing?
Startup Eterni.me wants you to live forever in the form of a virtual avatar that can video-chat with your loved ones after you're gone.
Get ready to scream with the new webseries. Director Richard Martin and actor Julian Curtis talk to Crave about ghosts, the paranormal, and what attracted them to the hilarious horror comedy on Geek & Sundry.
To market the new movie "The Last Exorcism," producers lead apparently unsuspecting Chatrouletters to believe they are about to see a girl take her clothes off. Until...
BreakUp Text is an app that does the dirty work for you. Because, well, why bother telling your lover sayonara yourself? Who needs the grief?
In a project that's as much politics as it is performance, a Mexico City-based artist teams with musicians to remold the metal from thousands of firearms into working instruments.
Beyond: Two Souls undoubtedly deserves credit for its great story and unique take on interactive software, even if it conflicts with what many believe constitutes a video game.
Justin confesses a horrible personal secret on today's episode, but we also discuss the Google movie, ChatRoulette marketing for "The Last Exorcism," and a King Bowser turtle skeleton!
A skeleton of a women with a brick in her mouth is, scientists claim, the first known exhumation of a vampire.