Sarcasm makes you smarter, or something like that.
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.
Canadian newspaper has some fun online, publishing photographs of Hollywood stars allegedly spouting Wall Street protest philosophy.
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.
Fresh out of a Texas jail, Justin Carter appears on CNN with his family and lawyer and sounds chastened, but unbowed.
The Ashes Cricket 2013 game has been pulled from sale just days after its release -- see just how abysmal it is right here.
A mystery benefactor puts up $500,000 bail money to release Justin Carter from his Texas jail, where he awaited charges of making terroristic threats.
What can Samsung's new teaser ad mean? It's surely for the launch of the Galaxy S4. But who is Jeremy Maxwell? Why has he been selected? Is he related to the late Robert Maxwell?
British snobphone maker Vertu is going all out with an elite phone that boasts a free OS.
A group of Wall Street types order $170 from a New York food truck, and don't leave a tip. The cook lets them have it -- politely, but publicly. He is fired. But should the Wall Streeters have apologized?