The smartphone company and open-source software leader hope that a new open bug-hunting tool they've collaborated on will make the Web safer.
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These won't last long, in part because they come with 200MB of monthly 4G data -- for life -- and in part because they're awesome.
Crave writer Bonnie Burton channels her inner Marge with a makeover using quirky new Springfield-style shadows, blushes, lip glosses, and fake lashes.
That's for a 2GB model. Want 4GB and your choice of colors? Just $20 more.
How did Mario get his name? Where did the creators get their inspiration for the power-up mushrooms? Those questions and more, answered at last.
On his "Last Week Tonight" show, Jon Stewart's former sidekick reveals the new truth behind Nintendo's famous characters.
Similar to the Skylanders and Disney Infinity video games, multiple Nintendo titles will now get their own line of figurines. Also, TuneIn Radio gets a social tune-up and Mink promises printable makeup.