We talk with Ghost Games general manager Marcus Nilsson about the new racing game; watch a trailer and see some images here.
A Swedish man posts an image to Facebook of a Lumia 800 that, he says, was lost in a lake for almost four months before being brought back to life.
Nilsson was an artist who never did concerts or toured so he had a lot of time to perfect his craft in recording studios. Today's bands don't have that luxury.
Instead of showing paper tickets, fans can now enter a San Francisco Giants game using their mobile phones. CNET gets a demo from Mats Nilsson, StubHub's director of product, to see how the new scanning technology works.
The online ticket reseller adds a feature to its mobile app that lets Giants fans get tickets beamed to their phone, no printouts needed.
Adiant Solutions' new Laipac S-911 bracelet is part watch, part emergency phone, and part GPS-tracker that features geo-fencing, over-speed alerts, and more.
Reports flood the Web that a man in Kentucky has built a car that runs on bourbon. Is everyone just a little tipsy?
District court in Sweden rules that all four defendants in the high-profile file-swapping case are guilty of having made copyright-protected files accessible for illegal file sharing.
Defense lawyers in the Pirate Bay case vow to appeal the verdict. A defendant, meanwhile, thanks Hollywood for teaching that "in the end, the good will win."
Defense attorneys in the Pirate Bay trial make their final arguments, after prosecutors call for jail time for the defendants.