Google kicks things off a day early this year with a supposed port of Google Maps to the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. Here's an overview of April Fools' weekend shenanigans.
Two geeky brothers with a penchant for creating iOS apps have found a way to port 3D video from Microsoft's Kinect camera to AR cards that can be viewed on the iPad 2.
Photoshop Elements customers are still second-class citizens, to Adobe.
When the promise of interactive features gets a little too silly.
If you want a host of interesting interactive features and acting so wooden it makes Freddie Prinze Jr look like a dynamic and talented young thesp, this is the film for you
A teen tweets at American Airlines that she's from Afghanistan, a member of al-Qaeda, and is "gonna do something really big." The airline responds forcefully. The teen is frightened, then arrested.
An Australian train safety campaign called "Dumb Ways to Die" is winning big at this week's Cannes Advertising Festival. Might such a jokey style persuade those who cannot help texting at the wheel?
The latest rumor is that writer Michael Arndt left the next installment's writing team due to disagreements over the story's direction. Looks like we're going to have to wait a lot longer to meet the new characters.
Jerry Seinfeld launches a new Web site that strives to offer viewers only the best of the man. Is this his way of controlling his legacy on the Web? No, it's his way of appealing to 10-year-olds.
Since its launch during the NFL playoffs, an Old Spice ad in which moms just can't help following their sons around has incited lots of online chatter. Its makers claim it is already "the No. 1 viral video in the world."