Not everyone can throw down like the North Korean dictator.
Kim-Jong Il is looking for virtual gold in them thar video games, or so says a recent report.
During visit with former President Bill Clinton, Kim Jong Il issues "special pardon" to two detained U.S. journalists working for the Internet news site co-founded by Al Gore.
North Korea's newly named space agency sports the unfortunate acronym "NADA" and features a familiar-looking logo.
North Korea is one of the most closed-off countries in the world, and now its government is trying to limit information flow even more by threatening to punish cell phone users.
Somehow, since his recent visit, Google's chairman has paved the way for all sorts of open (and, perhaps, unexpected) exchanges with North Korea. Yes, Dennis Rodman has arrived.
In a post on his Google+ page, the Google chairman talks about the country's lack of open Internet access. Meanwhile, his daughter Sophie writes a blog account about their "very, very strange" visit.
Yahoo could be about to buy Tumblr, and it's rumoured to be improving its Flickr photo-sharing service while it's at it.
An ad for its 840 EVO Series Solid State Drive gets Reddit posters in an enormous tizzy, after one of the actors allegedly explains his role.