In an animated chat with MIT Media Lab's David Rose, the "Daily Show" host wonders about the Internet of Things and whether it's a good thing.
"The Daily Show" host creates LetsBuyCNN.com, a mock Kickstarter site that seeks to buy one of Time Warner's jewels.
To support UNICEF Innovation Labs and Programs, Jon Stewart dresses as Princess Leia and Stephen Colbert cannot quite believe it.
"A Song of Weddings and Woes" graphics describe the big days for six Westeros couples. It's not all lace and flowers (except at Renly's affair).
Three years after the $1.2 billion acquisition, Rubinstein says it's unlikely he would have supported the deal if he'd had any idea that Hewlett-Packard would abandon WebOS.
The "Daily Show" simply had to have an opinion on Tim Cook's appearance in front of the supposedly stern senators. His opinion of both the Senate and Apple wasn't exactly complimentary.
The chairman of the Federal Trade Commission steps down after a 4-year tenure of tackling online privacy issues and anticompetitive behavior.
The departure was apparently prompted by a reorganization that will split News Corp.'s entertainment and publishing operations into separate companies.
In an expression of sheer humorous disturbance, Jon Stewart wonders about the sanity of Google's Project Glass. He doesn't stop there, though. Facebook's purchase of Instagram also gets a roasting.
Moved by Rick Perry's plea that we need to get jobs (and Steve Jobs) back to America, Jon Stewart asks Siri about the factory where Apple products are made. It is an ear-opener.