In the ultimate Internet fairytale, the founders of the meme-based crypto-currency have helped send a two-man bobsleigh team to Sochi 2014.
As Dogevault's website becomes unavailable, users of the popular wallet report mysterious withdrawals of hundreds of thousands of the virtual currency from their accounts.
Dogecoin users can now see the highly entertaining results of having raised $55,000 to sponsor a Nascar racer.
Insane Clown Posse fans take heed: now there’s a new way to buy black-and-white face makeup, Faygo, and HatchetGear.
Enthusiastic Dogecoin-toting Reddit users pooled together a chunk of cryptocurrency change to sponsor a Nascar driver at Talladega Superspeedway.
For a limited time only, the world's fastest man can be purchased as a playable character in hit mobile game Temple Run 2.
A 3-year-old company takes technology from MIT's Media Lab and applies it to ad testing. But do you like Yetis with your Wheat Thins?
Our 2012 roundup of the funniest moments from CNET TV shows, including Always On, Rumor Has It, Top 5, CNET On Cars, and more.
As the Jamaican Olympian left his competitors in the dust, his fans whipped up into a tweeting frenzy -- breaking the Games' Twitter record with 80,000 tweets-per-minute.
Microsoft and NYPD launch a smart surveillance system, a texting competition gives touch screens the cold thumb, and McKayla is not impressed with this show.