Aah, 71: The natural number following 70 and preceding 72; the atomic number of lutetium and for one week only, the latest episode of the Crave Podcast
Texas hunter Rick Dyer recently posted new photos of "Hank" the Bigfoot, who he claims to have killed in 2012. Skeptics and fans can see the mythical body up close with a planned carcass tour.
Peter Ha, 404 regular and Gizmodo editor, returns with toys on his mind. We talk about Transformers and other favorite action figures from the '90s, NY subways getting Wi-Fi and cell service, a giant head in the Hudson, and the Mars Rover's subliminal messaging.
Bidding farewell to Winamp, looking at Blockbuster's bleak Craigslist ads, a lesson in how not to use Airbnb, the worst kinds of selfies, and the English language's new preposition, because Internet.
HP's Palm WebOS platform enjoyed an app that guessed a man's, er, manliness based on shoe size. '50s pop star Chubby Checker was so amused he's suing HP.
What people searched for on the Web encyclopedia this past year was mostly to be expected -- like actors, musicians, and world events -- but there were a few oddball entries too.
Google releases two ads for the phone that isn't really about features. These ads feature...features. Like, for example, the camera.
Michael Angiulo, a senior Microsoft executive, gets on stage to rap with Too Short. Sadly, someone filmed it. And then, well, it lands at TMZ.
Apple's new intelligent assistant has a name that has some unfortunate translations around the world: "buttocks" in Japan. And, well, "penis" in Georgia.
A revealing article in New York Magazine suggests that social media is enabling us to keep the soap opera of failed relationships alive long after the "shows" were canned.