In the last four years, there has been no shortage of extraordinary moments that captured people's attention.
And just when you thought that either of these wacky fringe fascinations couldn't get better. Think again.
While I can see the benefits of the Android platform, especially with regard to hardware, it's just not the mobile experience I want.
Two members of the Norwegian parliament say NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden has made "a critical contribution" to restoring the balance between national security and civil liberties.
It seems that Rep. Anthony Weiner may have been in the minority. A study by two professors suggests that women might be more likely to sext than me.
Software giant hires a handful of Yahoo's brightest scientists for a New York lab that will focus on social interaction.
The "Home of the Future" is on the way. But how long will it take to get here?
A 22-year-old student posts a phony quote on Wikipedia purporting to be from deceased composer Maurice Jarre. He claims it was part of a sociology project. The media believes it's a real quote.
Researchers at Cornell analyze millions of tweets in 84 countries and find that seasonal variations in day length and sleep cycles may affect humans rather uniformly across cultures and borders.
Google wants to be an extension of your mind. Glass, though accompanied by skepticism and fear, is a gateway for Google to achieve that goal.