SensorWake promises to get you out of bed using pleasant smells such as coffee and croissants -- or, failing that, an alarm.
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.
Nothing sets apart an Instagram image like a photobombing spirit. But is it the work of a haunting or a photo app?
An artist has used his agricultural background to create gorgeous, multi-fruit trees to revive heirloom stone fruits.
Blame singer Miley Cyrus and President Obama for some of the vexing terms on the annual list from Lake Superior State University.
You never know what you'll find when you take a quick photo. One mom snaps her kids in Manhattan Beach, Calif., and the image shows an interesting visitor.
Aiming to bring users more content, the company is launching Web shows, starring Ed Helms, John Stamos, and Cheryl Hines, and debuting programming from WWE, ABC News, CNBC, and Conde Nast.
New estimates show that Samsung may have grabbed the top spot from Nokia during the first quarter, though the actual forecasts vary and final numbers have yet to be tallied.
Like most social-networking sites, Twitter isn't immune to lurkers, fakes, and creeps. The 404 Twitter account received over 600 followers in the last 24 hours, which leads us to believe that we're either becoming wildly popular or more likely, the new adds are demonized accounts; in other words, people that had their accounts taken over by a spam bot. This has to stop, Biz--stop teasing our egos!
Twitter is totally jacked up, CBS video print ads are going for $400 on eBay, and 20 Cartoons from 90s w/o TMNT or XMEN? What world is this?!