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Facebook flexes its anti-nipple muscles yet again by banning the New Yorker from its own Facebook page for a cartoon of Adam and Eve. Eventually, it apologizes.
Director Zack Snyder quits teasing and gives fans a much better look at the new Batmobile along with a first reveal of the new Batsuit.
According to one intrepid man's experiments, you can unlock your new iPhone with your toes, but the nose is a no-go.
We ponder where iOS 7 stole its best ideas, square off the Xbox One and PS4, and wonder if Darth Vader would like the new Mac Pro.
In a move that lives somewhere between progressive and repressive, Playboy offers a new iPhone app without its signature flesh.
The Jeu De Paume in Paris posts an artful photograph that happens to feature a topless woman on Facebook. Its account has its head cut off.
After the unintentional comedy of Bravo TV's "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley," here's something that is actually meant to make you laugh. It's from the people who brought you "King of the Hill."
A cleverly taken image by a Web magazine is removed by Facebook's censors, because they don't look closely enough at what it really is.
Jewelry designer is stunned when Facebook removes a picture of a porcelain doll sitting next to her jewelry, because the doll's nipples are visible. After a week, Facebook finally apologizes.
CES has a new startup section, and it's packed with garage tinkerers trying to live out their dreams. A few of note include lens maker Kogeto, rubber-ring maker TxtRng, and robotics company Ologic.