Just when you thought technology was getting easier, we've created a new world of Cloud computing terminology.
This week's apps include an educational tool to improve your vocabulary and the sequel to a popular touch-screen bowling game.
Know words? Use them to feed people with FreeRice.
The device leaked earlier today on a forum, and now, Amazon has confirmed its existence.
Want to make use of your free time by learning a new language? Check out these three apps that help get the job done.
Vimeo, the video sharing site for the artsy crowd, is undergoing a remake. And this new casting puts a spotlight on improved navigation, search, and privacy options.
It is known: Nacho Punch makes some pretty hilarious videos, including this one that mashes up a 1990s commercial for the Muzzy language-learning program with the ancient tongue in "Game of Thrones."
These little-known and simple commands make finding new and relevant information on Google a breeze.
Road Trip 2010: BBN Technologies is often said to be the place that invented the Internet. Now it's owned by Raytheon and working on innovations designed to protect combat troops, and help them communicate.
Using Twitter data, and actual math, a line gets drawn in the sands of Tattooine/Tyree to finally separate the worlds of geeks and nerds. Crave's Eric Mack tours this newly defined dorky universe.