Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm conference, Microsoft's new CEO says he can learn from Google because it markets its moonshot products well. But what did he really mean?
In a work order posted online, the service is looking for software that synthesizes social-media data and weeds out false positives and sarcasm. Oh, and it has to be IE8 compatible.
Canadian newspaper has some fun online, publishing photographs of Hollywood stars allegedly spouting Wall Street protest philosophy.
After a close look at word, syntax, and punctuation patterns in user-generated content, Hebrew University researchers come up with software that can detect sarcasm in online communication.
An American company finally creates something so many e-mail writers have needed for a long time: a punctuation mark to tell people when you are being sarcastic.
Sarcasm makes you smarter, or something like that.
Gyroscope technology helps keep the Jyrobike upright so kids don't need those silly training wheels, the Secret Service gets sarcastic, and more.
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a phishing scheme! Security firm McAfee says Net villains like to bait their hyperlink hooks with Superman's moniker.
When you have no steering wheel, sometimes your self-control is challenged. With fatal results for a cat. And others.
Bubblews lets you earn money while you're being self-centered. What could be more modern or more honestly self-centered?