Silent Hill: Book of Memories falls short as both a dungeon-crawler and a horror game.
You might remember Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon mocking the hashtag craze. But now he's on the "Tonight Show," Fallon has even more famous #compadres.
The official Notting Hill Carnival app for iOS and Android will help you find your way around this year's event, and locate the toilets.
Reenacting "Back to the Future" in real time on Twitter, an app that proves you're free of STDs, a bike lock that puts a hit out on would-be thieves, and a mysterious barge in the Bay Area that may soon house a floating Google Glass store.
During a panel discussion, civic and business leaders cheered the growth of New York's tech sector. Still, the metropolis has yet to give birth to a company on par with Google, Apple, or Facebook.
In a series of introductory meetings, Apple's CEO sits down with the head honchos of the Senate and House in order to "open up a line of communication."
I was amazed by how well the fantastic Honda Fit has aged! Unfortunately, the same can't be said for its navigation system.
Commentary: The company's push to gain influence in Washington increases as its Political Action Committee has spent nearly half a million dollars for 2012. You may be surprised by some of the recipients.
Consumer Watchdog dispatches a group of mimes to playfully spy on government workers to illustrate what they say is Google's antiprivacy behavior.
The 2012 Chevy Sonic will offer hill-hold assistance on manual-transmission models. The system triggers high-tech brake hardware and keeps the wheels clamped for up to two seconds after drivers release the brakes--giving them time to manipulate the clutch and gas pedal and make it up the hill.