If you don't mind waiting for the game to load, Lego City: Undercover has a lot of fun packed inside, even if most of the gameplay is stuff you might have seen before.
You won't find a tailpipe on the rear bumper of this adorable little Italian hatchback. That's because the Fiat 500e is fully electric.
Police in San Francisco decide on a new tactic to stop iPhone theft. Undercover officers are walking down streets offering to sell iPhones they claim are stolen. The idea is to kill the market for stolen phones.
The LEGO franchise makes its debut on the Wii U console in LEGO City: Undercover.
A sergeant in the NYPD's Internal Affairs department is caught by a sting operation set up by his fellow officers. Who would have imagined you could get an iPhone for $15?
A Texas police officer testifies in court against a woman's friend, say police. The woman is allegedly unhappy about this, so she finds the officer's picture and spreads it on Facebook, according to reports.
After working a 10-day secret stint as an iPhone assembler, a Chinese journalist tells his story of long hours, little pay, and what it takes to make the device.
Confidential Justice Department presentation on social-networking sites says undercover work can help agents "communicate with suspects" and "gain access to nonpublic info." IRS is more wary.
It's not quite on par with MobileMe, but it's a heck of a lot cheaper and offers much of the same functionality. Indeed, for five bucks, how can you go wrong?
We get a preview of Disney's "G-Force," Plastic Logic's e-reader will connect through AT&T's 3G network, and World of Warcraft, the movie.