Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
A girl in California attends an arranged fight, gets shot, and then receives an apology by text.
Meet the Camileo SX900 and SX500 from Toshiba: two 1080p HD camcorders that offer the ability to keep filming in low-light conditions
Kotaku gives us a first look at iPhone game Zen Bound, which is being ported over to the iPad.
Sony has taken a long run up and dive-bombed into the waterproof compact camera pool, earning a stern rebuke from a pimply lifeguard
Meet the Cyber-shot H55 -- the latest digital camera from Sony. Announced alongside the Cyber-shot TX5, this camera focuses on making point-and-shoot photography easier than ever
The global race to develop clean tech is shaping up to be a contest between Chinese-style capitalism and the U.S. and Europe's more market-oriented approach.
This post was updated to reflect language included in a disclaimer for this PR stunt indicating that Intel had hired actors to be shot out of the cannons.
Intel gets five accented stuntmen together to shoot themselves out of cannons in order to achieve the world's biggest Intel chime. It's on YouTube, of course.
A Saints fan tells his Facebook friends they can shoot up his TV if the Saints won. The Saints win, his friends arrive with their guns, and it's all this week's YouTube phenomenon.