Technically Incorrect: In a bizarre image posted by CEO of Chinese company that's about to launch a smartphone, Apple is portrayed by Hitler with an Apple logo in place of the swastika.
The sequel to the instant cult classic about Nazis on the moon returns is the only logical way possible: With conspiracy theories and a whole passel o' dinos.
To cries of "Yay! Physics!" Columbia University Professor Emlyn Hughes creates performance art, in order to, allegedly, clear students' brains of "garbage."
"You've got a time machine. I've got a gun. Let's kill Hitler!" With those words, Doctor Who blasts back on to BBC1 this month.
A man in Hamburg, Germany, is sitting on a train when his cell phone goes off to the tune of an Adolf Hitler speech pledging the "destruction of world Jewry."
Yes, having lots of free and cheap e-books in your e-book store sounds good on paper, but it can create some funky looking best-seller lists.
What do Idi Amin, Adolf Hitler, Jeremy Kyle all have in common? None of them were as poisonous to humanity, as scary-looking or as deadly as these automotive menaces.
A Nobel Prize winner believes the Internet may have stopped Hitler in his tracks, but this is unlikely, given modern history.
Jean Marie Gustave Le Clezio, this year's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, suggested that the Web can be a tool against conflict. But how well is it doing so far?
This week, the Buzz Report investigates how the iPhone 4G REALLY got into the wild. Plus, Hitler reacts for the last time?