An adultery site asks which "tech tycoons" people would like to have an affair with. It makes for difficult reading.
Somehow, China's People's Daily believes that the round-faced cherub who runs North Korea really is the sexiest man in the world. It dedicates 55 pages of photos to the achievement.
Is it possible that the classic wrist-worn Nano could still outclass the latest wearable tech on looks alone? Actually, it certainly feels like it.
The nasties of the Web wouldn't allow Zelda Williams to grieve with dignity.
The famed soccer club cites "security intelligence" in stopping fans from bringing "large electronic devices" into Old Trafford.
Before launching a promotional contest hyping a product, you should probably think hard about what that contest says to your customers.
Paul, a highly unusual smartphone charger, uses the male body to make a statement about technology and sexuality while also juicing up your phone.
The $50 Samsung smartphone becomes to first in AT&T's lineup with HD Voice.
Can Apple's future magical wrist device survive by just being a killer health and fitness band? Odds are, no way. Here are the other ways it could stand out from the crowd.
There's no perfect piece of wearable tech, and everything out there has problems. But here's what I like from what I've seen in 2013 and gotten a peek at in early 2014.