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Technically Incorrect: It emerged this week that Vizio's new "Smart Interactivity" feature tracks your viewing habits and passes them on to advertisers. What's more, the feature is on by default.
In order to celebrate the excesses of Cinco de Mayo, Pepto-Bismol launches an app that lets you smash a variety of pinatas on YouTube in order to soothe your worried tummy.
Why drop thousands of dollars on a wedding ceremony when the robotic voice of Concept Shed's AutoWed will join you together in marriage for just one buck?
CNET's Ina Fried had a rare look at the final days of development on Microsoft's next mobile platform. In Redmond, they know they're the underdogs in this fight.
The Better Marriage Blanket, using technology developed in chemical warfare, might just allow you to tolerate your spouse's nighttime flatulence.
Listen in for a story about Jeff's brother's upchuck reflex to The 404, a magical iPhone application, our best Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker impressions, and more!
Nokia sells 14 phones every second. Could it be because the darned things are so easy to use?
A promotional magazine from Nintendo reinforces just about every stereotype about girls that we've spent the past five decades trying to dispel. Nice job, guys.
It would be hard to use if you can't stand looking at it.
The Empire claims a Fujifilm Z5.