Forty street artists wreak havoc on more than 365 ads in a matter of days. But why?
Google's next Nexus has popped up on benchmarking site GFXBench and absolutely killed it, outclassing many a famous mobile and shedding light on its specs.
A man who became enraged by T-Mobile staff's refusal to give him a refund caused £35,000 worth of damage, a court has heard.
Twitter has been used by several organizations over the years, but few have used it more effectively than the Cumbria police, which used the social network to give updates on a shooter who was on the loose.
An intoxicated 57-year-old man in Brisbane, Australia used a television remote to threaten the residents of the luxury golf resort where he lived, according to Reuters.
Microsoft suffered a big setback this week in Europe. Should other large tech companies be worried?
The painting skills of Banksy, Shepard Fairey, and dozens more are now preserved in the Google Street Art Project.
Some clever editing and special effects turn an average house cat into a Super Mario champion.
Weekend movie reviews of "World War Z" and "I Am Street Fighter," a visit to the New Museum's privacy pop-up shop, Sony unveils PlayStation Vita TV, CNET appliance reviews, adventures in Taco Bell, and a live-action adaptation of the "Rampage" video game in the works!
Grand Theft Auto V is released at midnight -- find out here where you can buy a copy tonight. But have some lucky punters already got theirs?