It seems three Egyptian criminals have given a whole new meaning to the term Internet "phishing." Three divers were arrested Wednesday after coastguards found the men attempting to cut underwater Internet cables.
The merest hint of sex scandal is apparently enough to drive some Chinese government workers away from common sense, as a blackmail scheme based on Photoshopping officials into compromising photographs is uncovered in Shuangfeng County.
While it's the cool graphics that make people want to wear their shirts, it's the photography Threadless uses that get people to buy them. Find out how its dedicated photo department uses crafty snapshots and social media to boost its popularity.
Multiple reports suggest that Mark Zuckerberg has a new interest: Political lobbying. The Facebook founder is said to be launching a new political organization with a college roommate and consultants from both sides of the divide.
A scene straight out of a horror movie has just plagued America. A vial of an obscure, deadly virus has vanished from a University of Texas Medical Branch lab, with no explanation of where and how it disappeared.
Japan's SuperHeadz has created a camera that never needs to be plugged in. The Sun and Cloud can be powered using the solar panel or a hand crank. It's available now through specialty stores in the U.S.
YouTube sensation Ravi Fernando wows the Web with his latest video in which he solves three Rubik's cubes... while juggling them. And you thought you were smart when you solved one after two days.
Associations representing the deaf and blind are legally pressing retailers and other sites to offer disabled-accessible features. As sites and companies assume these new development responsibilities, the cost of creating and running such apps is bound to…
Designed to help consumers better understand their indoor living conditions, the CubeSensor is a cloud-connected device that provides information about the environmental quality of specific rooms within a home or office.
Will new report that kids can be as distracting as cell phones for drivers lead to more in-car technology?
A new study that shows children cause 12 percent of the driver distraction on the road probably has a few carmakers scrambling to come up with some new technology to help address the issue. Amid growing concerns over the danger of cell phone usage when…
New York City may have wanted to modernize its famous yellow cabs, but it's New Orleans that beat it to the punch. The southern city is now offering cabs with built-in vending machines for passengers' soda fix.
Ideal for cyclists that go on extended bike rides that covered many miles, the LifeBEAM SMART bike helmet allows riders to ditch heart rate chest straps since all the technology to monitor heart rate is built into the helmet.
Go big or go home, right? Or in this case, stay home. Spring break time has rolled around again, and if you're planning a last-minute vacay on the fly, you might want to use these sites and apps to score some savings.
A recent survey sent to Disneyland Annual Passport holders asks whether they'd be interested in a 'Star Wars'-themed section of the park. Is this a dream come true, or Disney and Lucasfilm's terrible quest to sellout?
Those who are still in love with the idea of a physical, instant photo will adore the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8... but it's a love that comes with a hefty price tag. Here's our hands on.