Technically Incorrect: In a video that's already garnered thousands of YouTube comments, the former "Daily Show" host appears with Stephen Colbert to pour a little cold water on Conventional heat.
The companies' search engines can be used to find advertisements for products that determine the sex of an unborn child, which has been illegal in India since 1994.
The singer, who is also chief creative officer of Apple Music, takes a stand against the video-sharing service in a Billboard interview.
Amazon CEO says at Code Conference that the billionaire shouldn't be using his fortune "to fund a lawsuit to kill Gawker."
The wrestling star has won a suit against Gawker media for publishing a sex tape showing him with a friend's estranged wife.
The Kings and a local venture capital firm are sponsoring a contest in which fans will decide which startup should be backed.
Technically Incorrect: A journalist admits to a State Department spokesman that he's keeping one eye on the game.
In a lengthy excoriation, Oliver shows how Trump's campaign can't be self-funded because he has "Donate" buttons on his website. And there's so much more.
Technically Incorrect: A survey asks consumers which companies represent innovation. Neither Apple nor Samsung do as well as they used to.
A Korean inventor says he built the Drinky Robot to help him unlock "the secret taste of alcohol."