What kind of person would pay a vast sum of money for a virtual one-on-one with someone in touch with their kink? Other than a rich person, of course.
Technically Incorrect: On Jimmy Kimmel's show, Clarkson shows how a little talent can make the words "slip it into something" sound glorious.
Exposure to traffic noises doesn't just make us madder. It may also make us fatter, according to a new study from Sweden.
Commentary: On a show based around the need to "become someone else," have they redeemed the worst character of all? Here's why I'm not just laughing.
Unless a wildly-colored drip machine really floats your boat or have a hotplate fetish, less expensive coffee makers are a better choice than the Moccamaster KBG 741 AO.
A new YouTube video shows just what happens when the crews from Hogwarts and Forks, Wash. meet up in the forest.
Shopping fetishes take on a whole new meaning when dominatrixes and their subs turn to Amazon, and gift-buying provides an expression of desire -- as well as punishment.
My wrist has only so much room, and the Fitbit Force has won the shoving match against the mighty Galaxy Gear.
Media finds weird news impossible to resist, even when it sounds too silly to be true. But it can fool people especially easily when coming from a place like Japan, birthplace of wacky trends.
CNET takes an unusual trip to EA in Los Angeles and gets some hands-on time with Real Racing 3, which launches for free on February 28 for iOS and Android users.