Twitter accounts affiliated with the Internet vigilantes known as Anonymous vow to besiege the Islamic militants with "massive cyber attacks."
With smartphone theft on the rise, a new study finds most people are willing to take matters into their own hands.
YouTube stars Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart fight crime with a sense of humor in this webseries reboot of the '70s superhero series of the same name.
We take a top-down look at the dystopian future as we speak with Leigh Harris from Flat Earth Games about their unashamedly difficult game.
David Glowacki, an expert in non-equilibrium molecular reaction dynamics and visiting professor at Stanford, is removed by fellow audience members. He is said to have been experimenting with the rules of behavior.
When it comes to the internet, getting justice can be tricky — but taking matters into your own hands to mete out punishment should never be the answer.
A guide to thieving in the 21st century, a retrospective of Gaultier's designs in "The Fifth Element," online vigilantes ensnare 1,000 Webcam sex tourists, and the Knock Knock app for iOS.
Kevin Williamson is so angry that a woman won't stop using her cell phone during a New York musical that he grabs it from her and throws it far away. Yes, he is removed from the theater.
An artist strips all of the fancy colors from superheroes, and the results impress.
The FCC may decide that microcell mobile boosters are not legal, Samsung launches 3D video on demand in Korea, and Microsoft helps the feds bring down one of the largest e-mail span rackets.