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New Facebook Home ad stars Zuckerberg and yelling goats

A new ad for Facebook Home stars the social network's previously camera-shy founder Mark Zuckerberg -- and some yelling goats.

By Apr. 15, 2013


Loaded: Lawnmowers for goats

Disney/ABC joins Hulu, Verizon broadband subscribers hope for free Wi-Fi, and Google trades lawnmowers for goats.

By May. 4, 2009


PopCap on the iPad, 3D, and crying goats (Q&A)

CNET sits down with PopCap CEO David Roberts and co-founder John Vechey to talk about porting games over to the iPad, the rise of 3D gaming, games on Facebook, and the many Bejeweled copycats.

By Apr. 26, 2010


Things to make you happy: Google employs goats

In order to be more eco-friendly, Google trims some of its fields with hungry goats instead of lawn mowers that pollute the air.

By May. 1, 2009


Could blogs save Sony from slaughtered goats and rootkits?

Known for being tight lipped, Sony launches first-ever blogs and stronger customer links can only help the company avoid repeating recent missteps.

By Jul. 17, 2007


Dolphin translator chirps out first word

Scientists working on a two-way dolphin communicator have made a breakthrough -- their device may have translated a single whistle in real time.

By Apr. 2, 2014


YouTube founders' MixBit app mashes up your mobile clips

The new service lets you mash other peoples' videos in with your own clips, creating up to an hour's worth of edited magic.

By Aug. 8, 2013


Pixar inspires graphic comment on NSA surveillance

A piece of very simple animation, inspired by Pixar, offers a very poignant view of the nation the USA has become -- at least according to some.

By Jul. 13, 2013


Glowing robotic tentacles populate this Petting Zoo

AI creatures at an avant garde installation in France interact with visitors through movement, sound, touch, and illumination. The neon kind.

By Sep. 17, 2013


The 404 1,280: Where we dig up the truth (podcast)

Today we're parsing through the squalid urban legend of the worst video game flop ever produced: the E.T. game for the Atari 2600, and the hushed whispers that 3.5 million copies were buried in a desert.

By Jun. 3, 2013