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Clint Eastwood's berating of an invisible Obama launched a viral "Eastwooding" meme, but it was the president's response that garnered the most Twitter traction.
"When your heart stops beating, you'll keep tweeting," promises an app that will learn your likes and simulate your personality.
In a new survey of mobile gaming habits, it was discovered that most players will stop playing a free game after 24 hours and never return.
Now that Google has a key to our home, it's poised to take smart appliances to new heights. But -- well, good luck maneuvering the messy and disjointed Internet of things.
A new study suggests that Internet users would rather log onto a social network than have a smoke... or even a roll in the hay. (Well, German Internet users, anyway.)
Scientists believe that using words like "die" and "bury" on Twitter indicate that you might have very difficult tendencies.
The Associated Press account is back up and tweeting after being offline for almost a whole day and having to reset its follower count.
The power of paint is in your hands thanks to Paintbot, a Twitter-activated paintball gun that only requires the right hashtag to make it shoot.
Titanic II will allegedly be a perfect replica of the original that caused the death of Leonardo DiCaprio. It will have many mod conveniences, but Internet probably will not be one of them.
What do you do when someone uses a photo of yours without permission? We take a closer look at online copyright infringement, and speak with photographers who have seen their work spread far and wide without credit.