A video game robber called his local GameStop to reserve a Xbox One and games before stealing them. The Nashville criminal is still on the loose and probably enjoying hours of gaming. Today, he will be awarded the idiot of the day.
The Internet as we know it died Tuesday (1/14) and nobody even noticed. Thanks to the U.S. Court of Appeals decision, Internet Service Providers can now decide which websites work faster, which ones to charge you for and even which ones to block you from.
Dell celebrates the launch years and locations of super successful online and web applications, like Skype, Trip Advisor, Dropbox, Shutterfly, Overstock.com and more in its 'Beginnings' commercial. The visual, minute-long scrapbook is accompanied by an acoustic song, custom created for the…
The new Christmas commercial from Apple paints the familiar scene of a family enjoying time together while a distant teen buries himself in his iPhone, but the ending shows that technology triumphs over teen angst.
The homeless man who passed up on $100 to learn coding, released his first mobile app yesterday. In August news broke when Patrick McConlogue offering a homeless man $100 or learning coding. The decision to take up coding paid off.
The idiot of the day goes the UK man who spent $750 on a photo of a XBox One. I don't know anyone who could be so stupid. Who really spends that amount of cash on a photo? Peter Clatworthy paid the large sum of money thinking he was bidding for an XBox One on eBay...
There is no doubt that fewer people are using landline phones these days, but a new bill in Michigan would make it so nobody had landline service by 2017, and that has a few people tugging at law makers cords.