Actor Benedict Cumberbatch visits "Sesame Street" to test his own skills of deduction with help from the Count and a new fuzzy nemesis.
When you want little plastic "Ghostbusters" minifigs, who you gonna call? Lego, that's who.
As Andy Murray became the first British man to win Wimbledon for 77 years, Twitter celebrations topped even the London Olympics.
Company head honcho Gordon Murray, who designed the iconic McLaren F1, says the T.27 has a far lower energy consumption per mile than rival electric cars.
Gordon Murray Design announces availability of the T.25 City Car and licenses for the company's new iStream manufacturing process.
The video Web site started by comedian Will Ferrell and writers Adam McKay and Chris Henchy continues to score some big-name celebrities.
In a swipe at famous tweeters such as Ashton Kutcher, the erudite actor suggests that it's better for the famous to be elusive like Bill Murray.
Macintosh marketing chief Mike Murray hoped that businesses would abandon their IBM PCs to join the revolution, but it proved to be more difficult than imagined.
As Kim Kardashian has put her name to a celebrity video game and Tyra Banks invests in an app that puts pretty pictures on lock screens, we only wait for Bill Murray to launch a "Lost In Translation" iPhone app.
Who's funnier: Bill Murray or Jim Carrey? The question divides the room on today's episode as we go through their collective works to determine the winner.