A tweet from actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt has confirmed the existence of a "Sandman" film in the works, although some details remain thin on the ground.
The Joseph Joseph Nest 100 is a set of kitchen tools that stack together for easy storage. Nine useful items come in the set with the workhorses showing up in stainless steel.
The famed NASCAR driver supposedly went on a normal test drive and frightened the life out of the dealer. The Web loved it. The deception, however, was in the details.
Sweet, funny and using fantastic props and CGI, this is the perfect way to end the week.
The San Diego Supercomputer Center has built a supercomputer that uses flash memory extensively to improve its performance on data-heavy problems such as analyzing genomes.
Heard the one about Gordon Brown pooh-poohing Steve Jobs? As if we couldn't blame poor old Gordon for enough already, it's reported he denied the Apple chief a knighthood.
Public pressure made Gordon Brown, and later David Cameron, plead the case of accused hacker Gary McKinnon to stay in the UK, according to leaked US embassy cables.
As well as interviewing Brian Blessed, we discuss the week's news, including the latest person to fall foul of making a joke on Twitter, a man who's been selling white iPhones, and the potential death of Net neutrality.
The prime minister has announced that he wants super-fast broadband for everyone in the UK -- but questions remain about what that really means and whether this will avoid a two-speed system
The chief systems architect at the contact management system tells CNET News.com about his vision of, in a sense, one social identity to rule them all.