Two Kansas high school students who had to be out of state at prom time get to dance with their friends, from thousands of miles away, thanks to technology.
A persistent high school student sends Twitter messages to as many porn stars as he can think of, in order to get one to be his prom date. Megan Piper agrees. But now the school objects.
The company's face-detection technology can now differentiate between youngsters and oldsters.
With its first partnership with a television network, the Yahoo-owned blogging platform is chasing the same prey that other social networks are stalking to turn their finger-on-the-pulse relevance into revenue.
Put some plant life in your fashion sense with tiny, wearable 3D-printed containers made to hold living greenery.
Silence is gold for LA funk band Vulfpeck's album Sleepify, which you play as you sleep to fund free shows near you.
Leaked from today's episode: recruiting gamers as volunteers during real-life disasters, Spike Jonze's new movie about a sentient operating system, getting pissed at Shark Week mockumentaries, and an app that puts you in touch with the dead.
"National Lampoon's Vacation" comes to life when a real Griswolds family hops into a Family Truckster and goes to Disney World.
A Forrester analysis suggests what some might find surprising: Microsoft gained the only "trailblazer" status by being trusted across generations.
The actor reprises his role as nasty, nasty congressman Frank Underwood in Netflix's "House of Cards" by interacting with some real (and, some might say, nasty, nasty) politicians and media types.