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This intriguing new service, currently rolling out in San Francisco, collects your physical mail, then opens, scans, and delivers it via app or browser.
Hate slow elevators? Try taking a ride on one that travels 22,000 miles above Earth.
Experimental artists may have constructed the cutest musical instrument ever: an "organ" played by mice with a penchant for Brahms, Schubert, and Mozart.
Someone very clever on the Internet slowed down one of the teen idol's sugary singles by 800 percent, and it sounds like the score to a trippy movie about outer space.
Actor, presenter, geek and electric car fan Robert Llewellyn opens a series of columns on green tech with a rant about, er, calling it 'green tech'.
A number of the entertainment entries on Twitter's top trends of 2010 were promoted via its paid ad system. This either taints Twitter's authenticity or proves its edgy business model.
The astronauts' "wake-up songs" for the final two space shuttle missions have been put to a poll. 4chan may want to be aware that they can't write in Rick Astley.
The gift frenzy over Zhu Zhu Pets leaves some power sellers feeling like they've just run a marathon--but the steep price tags driven by scarcity lead to some impressive profits.
Google Earth version 4.3 gives software users a street-level perspective, a feature taken from the Web-based Google Maps.
Oracle and other large, proprietary software vendors are struggling to figure out why their customers should upgrade to their newest technology. Why not shift the discussion off technology and onto support, and start to develop a new customer base instea