Two gadgets enter the ring, but only one can leave the champion! Each week Brian Tong pits two compe
Instead of the typical eye-rolling one-liner, three self-described nerds use their knowledge of video games in flirtations with random women. Is it game over or game on?
Twitter explodes with comedic thoughts at the possibility of J.J. Abrams directing the next "Star Wars" movie. Got any one-liners of your own?
Though quiet after Oracle acquired Sun, the company he co-founded, McNealy is back in the saddle again. He's chairman of start-up WayIn and delivering one-liners over Twitter.
What are you craving this week? Brian Tong and guest hostess Erica Ogg talk about the HP Mini-Note, a bolder Blackberry, Eye-Fi SD cards, the winners for our one-liners, and a Wii game that's not for the family.
While still adhering to strict regulatory rules, the brokerage firm loosens its rules on what employees can say on Twitter.
As a statement on unrealistic beauty standards, a Hungarian pop singer has released a music video in which she undergoes the sort of digital transformation usually seen in glossy magazines.
"Sulu" from "Star Trek" now hosts a video series aimed at explaining tech topics to the AARP crowd. First up: Google Glass.
Harkening Mike Tyson's famous gnawing of Evander Holyfield's ear, the soccer star is pictured wearing a dog cone, with fangs, as Hannibal, and more.
Most Google services, including search, were down for a few minutes Friday, prompting much of the Internet to start the weekend early...and then quickly change its mind.