In tweets timed to, um, disrupt Samsung's unveiling of its S5, two rivals don't quite hit funny.
Australian real estate Web site RealEstate.com.au has a Tardis up for sale, but you might want to get in fast, before the site takes the listing down.
Jimdo, the popular browser-based site builder, goes mobile with a new iOS app. The app is free, and so is your site.
It seems that some pedestrians aren't content with staring into their iPhones. They now unwrap their iPads and merrily flounce down the street.
This morning, John McAfee is free and in Miami. His hotel is keen to control media types. But I can reveal that McAfee desperately needs a toothbrush.
Mint.com is adding long-term goals to its personal finance site. The feature won't be live until next month, but it promises to bring planning tools that previously required proper financial software.
Every two weeks, Senior Associate Editor Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones, smartphones, and all things mobile.
Three successive owners of a particular cell phone number in Bulgaria have lost their lives. The number has now reportedly been suspended.
A woman rents her apartment to tenants her agent says are reputable. Then one day, she's on Facebook and sees pictures of a raucous party--yes, it's happening at her apartment. And the place is a mess.
Celebrities dominated the top search terms at Yahoo in 2008. Also: people ask Ask.com how to get pregnant and what "maverick" means.