After a 10-day teaser campaign, Frictional Games has announced a sci-fi horror title inspired by the fictional SCP Foundation for culling pseudo-realistic supernatural reports.
Just in time for Halloween, the mapping software company rolls out its "Geography of Horror" map that diagrams where more than 200 of the world's scariest movies took place.
The hungry ghosts of Pac-Man become a lot more frightening when you experience it like a first-person shooter game.
This year's Digital Dudz costumes turn your phone into a beating heart, spooky moving eyeball, gaping chest wound, or other cool animated showpiece.
For "Treehouse of Horror XXIV," Fox pulled out the big guns, with an opening-credits sequence directed by the horror master known for "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Devil's Backbone."
Ah, the dreaded college roommate. Or the perfect roommate. It's all less of a guessing game, thanks to -- you guessed it -- Facebook.
Neal Edelstein, producer of "Mulholland Drive" and "The Ring," creates an episodic horror film experience specifically for iOS.
In a recruitment ad surely worthy of Oscar short consideration, Australia's Central Institute of Technology creates something that must be seen to be disbelieved.
A few days ago, one Airbnb member's horror story of her home being ransacked went viral. Now she has spoken out again--and things aren't any better.
A CNET reporter learns some important lessons from AT&T: you don't always need phone service to get DSL, and dealing with customer service can be extremely frustrating.