Google's latest Easter Egg asks you to search for the phrase "zerg rush," forcing you into combat to vanquish attacking Os before they gobble up your results.
Here is a roundup of Google's jokes and hoaxes currently on the loose. Did you miss the Tardis?
To celebrate the 37th anniversary of Atari's Breakout, Google has slipped a new Easter egg into Google Image search.
BlackBerry's popular messaging app expands to more devices and gets a social twist, T-Mobile snags the flagship Lumia 925, and Google hides a classic game within its image search.
Talk about a prize that will float your gadget boat. Play your music from any Bluetooth-enabled device with this sturdy portable speaker that's 100 percent waterproof -- and floats!
CISPA heads to the Senate, Zergs take over Google, and Amazon's Kindle Fire is hotter than any other Android tablet.
The future of mobile isn't being held back by software or hardware -- it's the battery that is our greatest limitation.
Though the basic boxed (or downloadable) version of StarCraft II costs $59, the Collector's Edition runs $99, and comes in a large box packed with all sorts of extras perfect for nonchalantly leaving around the coffee table to show off your Protoss, Terran, or Zerg loyalty.
The World of Warcraft publisher announced Wednesday that it has begun beta testing of the sequel to its 1998 hit, StarCraft.