Better watch where you step. A tragic Lego disaster along a West Virginia highway results in a one-lane shutdown.
Sen. Jay Rockefeller says he will call on the National Academy of Sciences to investigate the impact of violent video games on youth.
New 88-page report suggests, but stops short of formally endorsing, new laws regulating data collection, data breaches, and cloud computing privacy.
TSA tells Congress that "new policies" likely will exempt pilots from controversial new screening procedures. But general public may not benefit.
Jeff's back and today we're talking about NHL 2K11, tattoos, New Jersey's latest "quiet commute" cars, Microsoft's Windows 7 funeral procession (boo), and more!
Presuming his location to be a pejorative slur, Microsoft suspends an Xbox Live gamer until the company discovers that Fort Gay, W. Va., is a very real place.
The Vaio line will get 3D display abilities in 2011, and Sony was eager to show off prototypes of the products as part of its 3D campaign at the IFA show.
Microsoft shows "Pink" (sort of), MMS disaster, er, feature about to launch on iPhone, Wii gets price cut, Archos new Win7 tablet looks great (too bad nobody will notice), and MIT has a synthetic eyeball on the way that amazes us. Oh yeah... and about tha
Back by popular demand, Wicker Hollow is in the studio with us today on The 404.
The overwhelming majority of councils in the Sydney metropolitan region fail to provide any direct e-waste recycling services for their residents.