If you liked the Onion, but wished that it satirized the Internet in the same way that it satirized the news media, you may be very, very interested in new start-up Thing X.
After ten years of legal battles, British hacker Gary McKinnon will not be extradited to the US to stand trial for hacking government computers due to concern over potential suicide should he be moved abroad.
The future of movie storytelling has more to do with the technology outside of the movies than within, according to one transmedia expert, who says that we should expect stories to be revolutionized by modern technology in the same way that the printing press…
When the 2004 science fiction movie I, Robot is re-released on Blu-ray later this month, it'll make movie history as the first movie to be re-mastered in 3D for the home market exclusively, launching a new range of 3D Blu-rays from 20th Century Fox.
Want to declare your political allegiance in such a way that demonstrates that you have a sense of humor about the entire horse race? JibJab is here to help, with the Great American Dance Off.
Asking for money isn't just an annoyance when it comes to Wikileaks' latest fundraising efforts - It's also led to a withdrawal of support for the site by Anonymous, the online hackers collective who are now promising the release of a dossier detailing…
If TED Talks bore you with their realism, perhaps The Onion's new Onion Talks series will be just the antidote you need.
New comic creators wishing to get their wares out to the world have reason to be cheerful today, with the news that ComiXology - the leading digital comics platform - is launching a portal to allow self-publishing on its site.
When you watched Mitt Romney and Barack Obama debate against each other last week, did you do so on television, on your computer, or both at the same time? A new survey suggests that, if you went for the latter option, you weren't alone.
Is Facebook under-reporting its British earnings in order to take advantage of a lower tax rate in Ireland? New reports coming out of the United Kingdom seem to suggest so.
Would you pay to watch content on YouTube? That hypothetical question may move into a practical realm soon, with the announcement that YouTube is considering allowing its content partners to install paywalls for their channels.
An attempt to get the US government's case against Megaupload for copyright infringement dismissed due to improper process has failed, with a US District Court Judge describing the very idea as "extreme."
Regulatory advertising bodies aren't handling the news that Microsoft has made Do Not Track the default privacy setting in its Internet Explorer 10 browser that well, with one agency declaring it a decision that will hurt America, and another telling its…
A British man who posted messages on Facebook about a missing girl has been sentenced to 12 weeks in jail as a result of his actions, described by the court as "abhorrent" and deserving of the harshest possible sentence.
Forget the Cloud: USB Chips may be making a comeback, and spearheading the recent retro is FlixChip, a new start-up that offers movies pre-loaded onto USBs for your viewing pleasure.