No more ketchup on napkins. This is a great country to live in, people.
Microsoft takes Heinz-like strategy
Microsoft might want you to think it's a forward-thinking company. But it's acting toward Google as if it's a cheating ex-spouse
A lubricant called LiquiGlide, developed initially at MIT, is the potential savior for all those frustrated by bottles of ketchup, shampoo, lotion, and everything else where there's always something left behind.
Adam Audio ARTist 3 speakers' radical tweeter design takes the sound to another level.
British judges are insisting that Apple posts an "accurate" apology -- explaining that Samsung didn't copy the iPad-- within the next 48 hours. Here's my humble suggestion.
Here's another throwback episode of The 404 Podcast during which we chatted about an antisocial networking site that lets your friends anonymously rag on you from the privacy of their homes. We also talked about Heinz finally redesigning its ketchup packets, and showed you our cartoon doppelgangers.
User-generated content has been a big hit on YouTube, but advertising on the site hasn't fared so well. Could user-generated commercials work?
In what appears to be another case of "good idea, poor execution," Heinz have partnered with the managing directors of Frazer Designers to invent the world's smallest microwave powered by the USB port on your computer.
The existence of the @Qwikster Twitter account proves that even the biggest dummy with Internet access can accidentally stumble into a squatting payout. Jeff dons his reading glasses today to give a dramatic reading of some of our favorite tweets from Mr. Jason Castillo.