Many users met with internal error message for a service that usually holds up quite well.
Chris Evans returns as Steve Rogers/Captain America, teaming up with Black Widow to take on a powerful new enemy in Washington.
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Ariell Taylor-Brown was on Skype with her husband. A few hours later, she gets a Facebook message from a soldier in her husband's platoon asking her to call.
Samsung announces a new deal that bundles a downloadable version of the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier game for free with a Samsung 830 series SSD 128GB or larger.
Boston Dynamics' Petman humanoid soldier looks pretty confident strutting its stuff on the treadmill.
While sympathetic, former "homeless hacker" Adrian Lamo says the Army intelligence analyst who confided in him crossed the line by exposing compromising data on U.S. foreign policy.
Pfc. Jose Rivera, posted to Afghanistan, believes he was told by AT&T that for an extra $4.95 a month, he could make international calls to his wife. Now, AT&T says he owes $16,000.
The movie studios seem to be encouraging piracy by launching $30 movie-streaming rentals. RIM preparing marathon Blackberry announcement. Stuxnet virus successfully infects nuclear plant computers in Iran. Who to call on Earth if you're a space alien. And a bonus: Two robot stories!
Originally created for the Defense Department, a virtual avatar named Santos is helping Ford test the ergonomics of its auto factories in a safe, virtual environment.