With the new Godzilla movie set to open, a chart depicts how massive the mythical creature is, and how his very existence would defy the laws of nature.
The comments on YouTube videos have tended not to offer the height of cultural thought. When turned into a movie -- in this case it's a comment thread about soccer (sort of) -- they take on a new hue.
With the help of just one MacBook, two Germans formalize a theorem that confirms the existence of God. Allegedly, of course.
Square, PayPal, Intuit, and others are waiting for Amazon to pull the trigger on a widely expected move.
Trying to appeal to younger audiences devoting increasing amounts of time to social networking, more performance groups are creating sections reserved for those who just can't do without their Twitter feeds.
One of the most on again, off again technology partnerships in recent memory has finally been consummated. How did we get here, and why now?
Microsoft is bringing offline access to upcoming Office Web applications. Even though it's not yet around the corner, the capability is on its way. So how does it fit in with Microsoft's larger software ambitions? Ina Fried speaks with Charles Cooper on the CNET News Daily Debrief.
AllThingsD says the annual Apple music and iPod event might hit a little later than usual.
With the blessing of U.S. and European regulators, Yahoo and Microsoft are free to implement their search partnership. What's in store for users and advertisers?
In a regulatory filing on Wednesday, Yahoo says the companies have agreed to extend the deadline by which they will have a definitive agreement.