Security firms have found Flappy Bird-like applications running malware in a host of third-party Android app marketplaces.
Interviewees for a job suddenly see through a window behind the interviewer that the world is ending. It's not really a window. But their reactions are quite something. This a new ad for LG's Ultra HD TV
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.
I'm serious, people: this Brit shows it was all a hoax!
Instead of waiting for Microsoft to tweak its Hotmail site, Google decided to tweak its Chrome browser.
China has cracked down on a global software-counterfeiting syndicate, with 11 "ringleaders" now facing up to six-and-a-half years in jail.
Flappy Bird is gone from app stores, replaced by a mountain of copycats, including at least a few from some pretty big names.
The BlackBerry Messenger app on your iPhone or Android phone is finally out -- click here for the official link to download the BBM app.
For unknown reasons, more than 3,000 hotel Web site listings on Google+ Local now point to third-party booking sites.
It may not be the real iPhone 6, but photos are being posted just about anywhere you look online.