Why not reserve just under half of one Earth rotation to revisit the greatest 16-bit games of the 1990s (and even more terrible ones!)?
Photos leak of a possible video game controller for Amazon's rumored media box, selfie mania sweeps Apple's App Store, and #Whaling makes a splash on Vine.
Bridget Carey is in for Justin Yu on today's show talking about the series of unfortunate tweets that are plaguing Twitter these days, glow-in-the-dark highways in the Netherlands, and how you can buy Google Glass today only.
"First Sniff," an adorable spoof of the viral "First Kiss" ad masked as art, replaces humans with dogs, proving that people aren't the only ones who can't keep their paws off each other.
Despite garnering 100,000 signatures, the petition to ask the White House to remove the Canadian heartthrob from the US gets a very political reply.
Scott Stein helps Jeff talk about the most unwanted sequels of all time (we're looking at you Mrs. Doubtfire 2), plus Google's attempt to kill the vertical video, and deciding which is the best portable console for you.
After the Macintosh's initial unveiling for shareholders, Steve Jobs gave the first public demonstration of the computer just a few days later. The video of that meeting has just been unearthed for the first time.
Time.com posted photos of the Republican vice presidential candidate lifting weights, spawning a humorous Twitter account @PaulRyansBicep.
Each year, the publication releases its list of the most influential people in the world, and once again, technology bigwigs are among the pack leaders.
Part of a Kickstarter campaign, the beautifully designed Bradley wristwatch makes reading the time as easy as touching its face.