Technically Incorrect: Google has gone overboard with the Loch Ness Monster. Yesterday, a Street View search of the loch. Today, a doodle.
Technically Incorrect: Google may have all sorts of problems in Europe, but it's trying to make a contribution too.
A bright fireball tried to shine a little light on the home of the mysterious creature Sunday evening.
Wolfson College in Oxford is asking for samples of unidentified animals from all over the world, so that it can use the latest DNA technology to see what they might really be.
Google adds more UK public transit routes to Maps and throws in some Easter eggs. Want to get there by horse and carriage? Or, perhaps, dragon?
The Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club is positively giddy about an alleged 100-foot-long creature that is only visible on Apple Maps. Will Google immediately send its satellites to investigate?
An 18-foot-long, serpent-like beast washes up near the coast of Southern California to provide nightmare fodder for all who behold it.
High-quality photos of what may be the casing for the iPhone 5C are making the rumored plastic iPhone look a lot closer to becoming reality.
Scientists have developed special robots to trawl damaged coral reefs, transplanting healthy coral as they go -- but they need your help!
With all the digicams out there snapping away at the planet, can it be long before Nessie and Bigfoot are conclusively made nonfictional? A just-clicked pic leaves the question unanswered.