The improv group has long brought its blend of culture jamming to people the world over. A new film celebrates the prank collective. Founder Charlie Todd sat down with CNET at SXSW to talk.
Rock band at first seems to copy culture-jamming collective's innovative work without credit, and then issues an apology.
For its latest bit of street theater, "prank collective" Improv Everywhere has participants following the silly prompts of an omnipotent voice delivering commands via MP3 file.
While many first tweets centered on dull daily details or confusion about what Twitter even does, Jedi Master tweeters treated their first 140-character messages like a night at the comedy club.
Five Best Buy stores unknowingly played host to a thought-provoking art exhibit that questions our obsession with gadgets.
Improv Electronics' LCD-based, low-power writer can now save notes to PDF. It will cost just over $100 when released in November.
Digital comic book distributor slams the brakes on a time-limited giveaway of 700 Marvel digital comic books, following overwhelming public interest that crashed the company's servers.
The new book "Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society" illustrates the way much of digital-era culture jamming emerged from a few 1980s- and '90s-era out-of-the-box thinkers
The Sweat Machine recycles your bodily fluids and purifies sweat. Awesome, but ew. We take a first look at robot skin, and we check out the DexType, one of the first apps for the Leap Motion.
This hilarious mashup of the silent film and iPhone send-up genres shows what happens when a human stands in for the smartphone.