In what is becoming an uplifting series, celebrities such as Elizabeth Moss, Russell Brand, and Gwen Stefani read out some of the nasty things people have sent to them on Twitter. Moss even offers a curt reply.
Wisconsin parents teach allegedly disobedient daughter lesson by taking away phone and posting goofy pictures of themselves on her Facebook page -- according to a Reddit post from their son.
I'd Cap That adds prewritten captions (many of which are explicit) to any picture from your phone.
A mother, tired of her 13-year-old daughter's mouthiness, decides to post on the daughter's Facebook page a picture of the daughter with a large cross over her mouth.
Several game machines have enjoyed lots of hype--and then failed miserably. Is Project Natal, currently being touted by Microsoft, destined to follow these disasters?
CNET's Donald Bell puts the Ion Block Rocker iPod Speaker to the test as a mobile Karaoke machine.
If you're looking to embarrass your iPhone or BlackBerry, CIO.com has a few good ideas. What about a two-pronged stylus on a lanyard, for example?
Vista's descent is complete with one internal Microsoft video. Also, Blockbuster + Circuit City and special correspondent Brian Cooley.
In the age of Google and YouTube, anybody can become a celebrity, villain, or laughingstock in no time.
Spamming your resume is not a great idea if you really want a job.