Flappy Bird isn't dead, it's just taken on a new form. Maker Fawn Qiu talks about building a playable real-world version of the defunct game.
"Star Trek" veteran George Takei learns to play Mario Party 4 with help from his gaming sensei, actress Felicia Day, on her YouTube show "Co-Optitude." Hilarity ensues.
A source tells Bloomberg that Google is "considering" designing its own ARM-based server chips. It's possible, but Intel need not panic just yet.
The "Daily Show" simply had to have an opinion on Tim Cook's appearance in front of the supposedly stern senators. His opinion of both the Senate and Apple wasn't exactly complimentary.
Finally, we get the Focus everyone else loves.
Carnegie Mellon researchers believe flash memory and feeble processors can do what conventional servers can't: power Internet sites at low power and low cost.
David Cameron has banned mobile phones from cabinet meetings. How will the coalition cabinet cope without calls?
Map of New York City depicted in 8-bit gaming glory is a viable mapping tool too.
Blogger cites an e-mail from a Dell employee that says three Linux-based computers will be officially available Thursday, though Dell will not confirm that.