Could Apple finally unveil a smartwatch at WWDC next week? If so, let's hope it doesn't turn out anything like this.
Unveiling its slate for 2014 at CES, the second-day streaming site will debut "The Hotwives of Orlando," as well as second seasons of "East Los High" and "The Awesomes."
In an expected move from the iOS gatekeepers, iPhone users won't get a chance to play the game which puts a satirical twist on North Korean propaganda due to its "excessively objectionable content."
Comedy site Funny or Die releases "iSteve," a 79-minute movie about the Apple co-founder based largely on Wikipedia research.
Armando Iannucci, creator of award-winning political satire The Thick of It, is planning a new show set in Silicon Valley on HBO.
commentary Did Google's ukulele-strumming promo vid for its high-tech specs make you a little queasy? You may well appreciate this skillful, and perhaps insightful, parody by culture jammer Jonathan McIntosh.
"Congress Accidentally Approves Arts Funding." Did that headline come from a serious news outlet or did you just get duped by The Onion? New iPhone game challenges you to decide.
The TSA's official blog takes the time to explain that some satirical stories about its screening procedures are entirely false.
Evan Lushing and Greg Atwan, two Harvard graduates, have quit their new-media gigs after earning a five-figure book deal for a satirical book about the social network that famously began at their alma mater.
The humor publication will be providing audio, video, and print content to the social networking site.