A state lawmaker in Georgia is so perturbed that someone used Photoshop to put his head on a porn star's body that he now wants any kind of lewd Photoshopping to be banned. "No one has a right to make fun of anyone," he says.
The blogging platform says an infrastructure fail is to blame for bizarre content showing up where it shouldn't.
In a move that appears designed to limit anonymous free speech, the government orders all people to use their real names when uploading videos to the Internet.
What appear to be the bodies of the gold iPhone 5S and plastic iPhone 5C have been compared in video.
Lady Sif herself, Jaimie Alexander, joins host Tim Gunn on a geektastic episode of "Project Runway: Under the Gunn" in which the Guardians of the Galaxy and other heroes defend attacks against fashion.
The Porsche Design P'9981 -- a luxury phone you'll fondly remember coming out in 2011 -- is now available in a "strictly limited" gold edition!
Many state motor vehicle departments are keeping up with txtspeak and banning vulgar acronyms from appearing in personalized plates on the road.
commentary There's little evidence that fantasy violence leads to real-world violence. Yet we continue to make that connection, as a new Harris Poll survey indicates.
After what it said are complaints about the "mature" nature of "The Brick Bible," the national retailer has pulled copies of Brendan Smith's book, which used Legos to interpret the Bible.
To show off updates to its Windows Azure cloud computing platform, Microsoft hired a load of dancing girls. A PR disaster ensued.