The latest volley in the flying-food fight involves a sushi chain testing out flying quadcopter delivery of its new rice burgers to customers' tables.
Forget ravens. The Yo, Hodor app uses messaging to get the word to your buddies, so long as that word is "Hodor."
An app comes along that involves merely saying Yo. Stephen Colbert muses on its brilliance and its potential use in real-life situations.
A new messaging app has just one message -- "Yo" -- but its potential reaches far beyond that one simple word.
"Game of Thrones" is about to get down with the release of a free mix tape of rap, hip-hop, and Latin artists laying down tracks for the realm.
A Japanese company has created a series of photos of kitties resting atop sushi rice. Why? Because the fate of modern civilization rests on cute cats.
The Securus eZoom tracking and safetly locator's hardware is quite good, but expensive operation costs and buggy software tarnishes its recommendation.
Lazy sushi chefs, rejoice, for the Sushi Bazooka is here to squish your rice and fish into recognizable rolls.
Longtime P2P fan Chuck D and Public Enemy give fans a new song and offer a remix contest, delivered via BitTorrent's new Bundle technology.
This new universal iOS app is cheap and easy, but it lacks any compelling tools that would help it stand out from the photo-editing pack.