Studio Ghibli has announced its first ever TV series, based on a book by Pippi Longstocking author Astrid Lindgren.
Police say that three people charged in Massachusetts with robbing a bank left behind some very interesting searches on a computer.
A man robs a drugstore on the Upper East Side in New York. Police quickly track him down because the OxyContin bottle he was given was actually a dummy bottle equipped with GPS.
Terrance Brown is on trial for bank robbery. His cell phone provider, Metro PCS, doesn't have records dating back to the robbery in 2010 that will allegedly prove his innocence. But his lawyer thinks the NSA must have.
Fresno police claim two men butt-dialed the emergency hotline, allowing a dispatcher to listen in as a crime was planned and committed.
Ahead of a holiday season with high-profile releases, game maker and publisher Electronic Arts is signaling a healthier turn for the console games industry.
Company's first-quarter profit blew past Wall Street's expectations, due in part to FIFA titles. But it's delaying two highly-anticipated games to ensure success.
The 3D Printed Anatomy Series allows medical students to learn human anatomy without needing access to a real cadaver.
Both Google and Microsoft say that they will add kill switches to the next versions of their mobile software.
Freebie gadget-tracking app leads Los Angeles Police to four suspected armed robbers, as well as a cache of stolen goods.