Apple's September 9 invitation is out, and as the yearly tradition follows, some people took to analyzing the invitation. In some cases, folks of the Internet took it too far.
A little girl writes to Google and complains that her daddy gets only Saturdays off from the company. And it's his birthday. Google relents.
[commentary] Just because a site or app lets you post anonymously doesn't mean it's dangerous. There are lots of good uses for these services.
Even as Nike moves to wrist-worn electronics, a company called 3L Labs at CES announces FootLogger, which builds sensors into a person's shoe. Expect them in the second half of 2014.
XCAR's producer took a spin in the track's only Caterham SP/300.R. He liked it.
Outside the Pasadena Apple store, some homeless people claim a businessman failed to pay them for standing in line on his behalf.
Ansys, a company specializing in computer-based engineering simulations, inches the moon-shot idea one step closer to reality.
The Internet is in a panic over a Google legal brief that claims Gmail users have no expectation of privacy when they use the service. Good headline, but let's be honest: that's the entire point of Gmail.
We address the divisive topic of crowdsourced charity after viewing a humbling YouTube video this week that showed a homeless man receiving a free extreme makeover for a day. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!
Russia's inner workings have reportedly been spooked by the rise of WikiLeaks and the Snowden revelations. So the Kremlin has reverted to something less technical, but more secure.