Like the swimming pool game it's named after, this new app is fun. Holler to find your misplaced gadget and it will respond, cluing you in on its location.
At a Southwest Airlines operations center in Dallas, CNET's Daniel Terdiman gets a rare behind-the-scenes look at flight safety in the age of high tech.
A site called DrunkDialCongress lets you do the one (well, two) things you're dying to do most right now.
A new ad for Facebook Home stars the social network's previously camera-shy founder Mark Zuckerberg -- and some yelling goats.
Tune in to today's 404 episode to learn how to enter for a chance to win one of three Threadless t-shirts and a $30 gift certificate to Threadless.com! Richard "Gems" Peterson fills in for Ariel and tells us about his trip to Seattle with Affirmation, an organization supporting gay and lesbian members of the Mormon church.
Fronting a fashiony, stylish movement that embraces the DIY aesthetics of punk and seeks to move the dance floor, Yelle's sound begs to be added to your party playlist. Download a free MP3 of "Je Veux Te Voir" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
International Caps Lock Day, according to geek lore, stems from the perceived overuse overuse of caps in online conversation.
Talks as well as scrambles radar guns and beams
In a departure from traditional promotional efforts, French singer Yelle was promoted in the U.S. through the digital music only. Apparently, CDs and vinyl aren't even good as promos anymore.