"Reservoir Dogs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and other disturbing movies get a kid-friendly restyling thanks to artist Todd Spence, who wants to swap screams with smiles.
National Security Agency secretly has tapped private fiber-optic networks that connect Google's and Yahoo's worldwide data centers, giving it access to user data, Washington Post reports.
Even a Jedi needs to sit back and watch some mindless television from time to time. This coffee table is the perfect place for Luke Skywalker to rest his feet.
Mobile technology from Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, and Cisco Systems is being used by one of Iran's largest mobile operators, says Reuters, though U.S. law forbids any sale of goods to the country.
The young man has been in a coma since being critically injured in a five-car crash in October that killed his friend and roommate.
On today's show, you can finally tell people that you read Playboy for the articles ... and have it be the truth! At least if you shell out $5 for the Playboy iPad app. Also, Oracle sues Google over Android, and it doesn't look good for Google. Plus, the brewing Apple vs. BBC cage match. Our prediction: Apple wins. Apple always wins.
German university invents uber-Velcro, lifts tons, resists heat, chemicals.
Want to make use of the new Facebook API? We've put together a list of applications that are adding in some of the new functionality in the coming days.
Connecticut officials may seek another trial after felony charges are dropped against a teacher accused of showing Internet porn to students in class, despite evidence the culprit was spyware.
Can affiliate fees make a browser extension profitable?