Now you no longer have to yell, "Look out!" during snowball fights.
The creator of the hit game promises third-party developers marketing gold and plans to publish two new games, from outside game makers, under its name.
Bust a beat on your bust with ThinkGeek's Electronic Drum Machine Shirt. It includes nine different drum sets, looping, and a mini-amp that goes to 11.
Software and services are increasingly enticing new applications for consumer photography and creating new modes of sharing memories, but they're also shutting out digital cameras.
Windows business unit head Bill Veghte send a memo to troops late Thursday promising that the debut Seinfeld/Bill Gates ad was just an "icebreaker."
The NFL's last game of the season doesn't mean you can't get in on some offseason ways to fix that itching football bug in new and interesting ways.
The time of your life, now in Web 2.0
Today's episode is all about technology that is so ridiculous, it calls for someone to exclaim "kill me." That, or it could actually kill you. Man, that's depressing. We lighten things up with the surfing equivalent of Rollerblades.
Known as ChatImprov, the Facebook application aims to take the best parts of Chatroulette--connecting people with strangers--and offer them in a safer, more comfortable environment.
Did Microsoft's Seinfeld commercials work? You might not think so, but Don Reisinger does.