One of the greatest actors of our time dons some cardboard to pay tribute to one very disappointing robot.
Don't call Luca Iaconi-Stewart crazy. He'll do that himself. He built a gorgeous scale model of a Boeing 777-300ER, entirely out of manila folders. Now he tells CNET why he did it.
Start-up seeks permitting to expand tests. Its technology encourages coal-eating bacteria to produce natural gas from depleted wells.
In a series of tweets, the domestic goddess seems miffed that Apple won't come to her door to fix an iPad that Steve Jobs gave her.
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.
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.
In tributes to recently deceased Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart couldn't play it straight. But each had a serious undertone.
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.
On the Daily Show, Jon Stewart cannot contain his feelings of liberation after the Verizon iPhone announcement. He declares 1/11/11 "VZ Day."
To build Glitch, the Flickr co-founder put together an impressive team of some of his earliest collaborators on the popular photo-sharing site.