Make Magazine's Maker Faire made its third trip to NYC this weekend, washing over Queens with a tsunami of creative activity.
Top executives from the Indian offices of Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Yahoo will be meeting with India's acting telecommunications minister, who wants user comments prescreened.
45 Minutes on IM: The lead singer of the rock group talks with CNET about the passing of Steve Jobs, how to get him to follow you on Twitter, and more.
Buy tickets to the tour and you'll get six free studio songs beforehand, and a full recording of the show afterwards.
Pittsburgh lawyers advise on how not to have to hire an American worker.
A YouTube video of a North Dakota man apparently setting tap water on fire stirs a debate about fracking and methane and all things scientific.
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.
Instead of frightening you with futuristic, intrusive flying machines, Groupon decides there's a better way to give you faster deliveries.
9 million YouTubers were taken in by a video of a twerking girl whose backside-wagging caused a fire. Kimmel reveals the video was his brainchild.