Maybe "Star Wars" isn't so fictional after all. NASA's Kepler space telescope discovers a dead star chowing down on a small rocky object.
Shocking news from MIT, where some students made a device that will shock them when they've spent too much time on Facebook. In other Facebook news, Giphy.com is making GIFs a thing on the social-networking site, circa MySpace 1996. Video earrings turn you into a walking television, and Haptix turns any flat surface into a 3D multitouch surface. Ah, the possibilities.
You'll be shocked (literally shocked) to realize how much time you spend on Facebook. Plus, a couch that can balance on one leg, and the worst celebrity-branded tech products ever.
In part 3 of his four-part series reflecting on a life lived largely on the Web, Crave's Eric Mack recalls fleeing the dot-com bust fallout for Alaska, only to be drawn back to a digital world that was growing up fast.
commentary Apple's hardware design guru has been charge of iOS and its design for less than a year. His signature simplicity will soon be making its appearance in the mobile OS.
A $20 million media blitz is helping the relaunched network for music fans shed a bad rap.
The mobile release, which includes a digital radio feature and an animated GIF tool, is part of a two year strategy to bring sexy back to the forgotten social service.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere couldn't help but take one last swipe at BlackBerry CEO John Chen, saying he would look him up on MySpace.
Applebee's takes a big first step toward a fleet of robot waiters, the site Rap Genius keeps tabs on trends in hip-hop lyrics, a surgeon gives an anecdotal review of Google Glass in the operating room, and a new USB connector promises an easier plug.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer seems dedicated to remaking Yahoo's image and infusing the company with a new spirit that Tumblr embodies.