The Internet can pack up its bags and go home now. Some guy dressed as a kilt-wearing Darth Vader rode a unicycle and played the "Star Wars" theme on flaming bagpipes.
An Atlanta woman plugs an electronic cigarette into her computer's USB port. Next, in her own words: "Kaboom!"
Tesla's press conference at the 2013 Geneva auto show turned into a raucous affair as CEO Elon Musk repeatedly took the New York Times to task for its Model S review.
The Cook-Air Portable BBQ Grill incorporates a fan in its base. The five-speed fan increases the rate of combustion.
The BBQ Guru CyberQ Wi-Fi communicates directly with mobile devices. Grillers can receive alerts via text message or e-mail.
This tracked monster can spit out 600 gallons of water per minute and take on train wrecks. Just don't step on the hose.
Social network says no significant changes are afoot, but privacy advocates cry foul.
The British cities of London and Birmingham experience serious rioting. Rioters reportedly exploit Twitter and BlackBerry's free Messenger system to facilitate looting.
For 13 seconds around NASA's final shuttle launch, six cameras captured thousands of images at different exposure settings. The resulting composite gives a view of the powerful engine's exhaust that can't otherwise be seen with the human eye.
A burning car isn't a great place for a higher-end SLR and a laptop. The good news: the SanDisk memory card and the MacBook's hard drive survived.