In another video subterfuge, the comedian shows how gullible people are about cybersecurity.
In a video inspired by the upcoming zombie-filled video game Dying Light, a horde of undead chases a man from rooftop to rooftop.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station needed a socket wrench, so NASA engineers emailed him designs for 3D-printing one. What a world we're living in.
After complaining about his Comcast service, Conal O'Rourke claims the cable giant contacted his boss and got him fired.
The premiere of "Citizenfour," a new movie about Edward Snowden, reveals that Lindsay Mills, the girlfriend he was said to have deserted, has moved to be with him.
A California man says his complaints over cable service led to his being fired from consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers. Now Comcast has issued a public apology, of sorts.
A Utah social media specialist says a Language Center believed that writing about words that sound the same but are spelled differently associated the school with a gay agenda.
A Southwest Airlines passenger isn't impressed with a gate agent and tweets about it. Then, he says, he's prevented from reboarding his flight unless he deletes the tweet.
Well, not exactly, but the Indian trend of sending brief, money-saving "messages" by calling someone and immediately hanging up figures into new Facebook ads in the country.
No more secrets! Today Reddit readers got an Ask Me Anything with actor (and writer and director) Clark Gregg, aka Agent Coulson of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who's promoting his new movie "Trust Me."