HTC roped in James Van Der Beek and Funny or Die for an ad campaign that parodies The Bachelorette.
A woman allegedly drives drunk and smashes into another car. She posts a seemingly lighthearted comment about it on Facebook. A judge tells her to close her account. She doesn't.
The organization says it received over 1,900 applications for new generic top-level domains, from big companies, startups, geographical locales, and more.
It's too late to apply for new TLDs, but Google applied ahead of the deadline to lock down domains for its core products... and to provide some opportunities for hilarity.
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, testifying at an inquiry into phone hacking, suggests that David Cameron wasn't quite au fait with texting lexicon. She could have done without the smirk.
Who wouldn't want to comment on the movie while it's playing? You can now in China via a special section of the screen that accommodates texts.
A monkey grabs a camera and takes a selfie. The human owner of the camera claims copyright, but Wikimedia disagrees.
A Minnesota man who smashed into two vehicles, police say, took to Facebook to laugh about it. He reportedly has many driving violations and no valid license.
In a pleasant tweet, John Legere derides his rival for the AC going out during last night's NBA finals game at AT&T Center.
Indisputable evidence that 90 percent of Wikipedia entries are total BS, Wi-Fi on the moon is here and it's already faster than most Americans', physical media is killing Mother Nature, and a list of creepy stuff you can buy on eBay for $6.66!