Pudding Monsters offers a fun and quirky twist on the age-old concept of puzzle games, but until it gets more levels, opt for the free version.
All you pudding brains who have been keeping up with the latest season of "Doctor Who" can make your very own pudding brain for All Hallows' Eve.
Technically Incorrect: In a searing segment that ought to cause a considerable portion of the male population to feel just a little shame, the HBO comedian praises Google's stance on revenge porn. (And mocks Bing.)
Wednesday marks the end of a late-night era as Dave retires after 33 years on air. Given how he harnessed the force of physics to bust things, we honor the king of Top 10 lists with 10 of his best disasters.
The New York Times and Google team up to display the most commonly googled holiday recipes in every state. What the heck is a pig pickin' cake, North Carolina?
This animated short brilliantly taps Lego minifigs and CGI to re-create the ending of "The Time of The Doctor," where Matt Smith regenerates into Peter Capaldi. Now, about those pesky fish fingers.
A new MOOC, short for massive open online course, from a Syracuse University professor will take "Doctor Who" fans on an epic journey.
Pudding Monsters slip, slide, and sludge their way through the playing field to combine forces and fend off raging appetites.
The developers of one of the top mobile games announced a new casual game in which people combine wobbly puddings to take on an evil dessert-eating man.
A small clip-on accessory aims to add a bit of smartness to a regular watch. But how smart, exactly?