Committed researchers at Penn State discover that the size of your flake dictates the size of your intake. Oddly, though, the smaller the flake, the more you'll want to eat.
Software maker transfers projects and personnel from the five-year-old program into its Bing group, with the exception of the group's leader, who's leaving the company.
Study like a pro, even if you're not with this helper tool for study noobs.
The previously-announced "Supervised Users" option moves into Google Chrome beta, and two Chrome security engineers begin work on a "paranoid mode."
Cornell researchers studying "cereal box psychology" say the tempting gazes of all those sugar-hawking characters are carefully angled right at your tykes.
All you have to do, says Oldman, is ask the Internet. Because the Internet knows everything. And nothing. So he can just look at the camera and say "Blah." Which he does very well.
To prepare for the Sochi Winter Olympics, organizers have hundreds of snowmaking machines ready to go. It's the same type of equipment being used at Northstar California ski resort in Lake Tahoe, where CNET got a look at its automated snowmaking system.
The Web content clipping and sharing service will shut down on June 30, 2013.
The click-and-save service for Web sites changes its look, letting users group items in tiles rather than in a sequential list, in order to help them navigate their snips more easily.
Research from the U.K. suggests that those who post vast numbers of pictures to Facebook might have trouble enjoying relationships in real life.