Probably overkill when it comes to identifying the owner of a parody Twitter account, police searched an Illinois home and grabbed all the electronics in order to find out who's been mocking the mayor.
Facebook just introduced Nearby Friends, a new feature that would let your friends know whenever you're in their immediate area. Before you protest, be informed that you would have to turn on the feature yourself.
A video series by New York-based studio Cavort takes us on a tour of major world cities, captured from above by using camera-equipped drones. The "drone's eye" view city tours include New York, San Diego, and Sydney.
On April 1, Domain name giant GoDaddy began the pre-registration period for new TLD .ninja. A little more than a month from now, on May 28, all those new domains are set to go live on the web. Brace yourselves.
Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer is reportedly looking to try to convince Apple to replace Google with Yahoo as the default search engine on iOS devices as part of her efforts to make good on her commitment to mobile.
Troubled Japanese bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, once the biggest exchange for trading the digital currency, has been placed in administration after a court in Tokyo dismissed its plan for rebuilding its business.
Lately, tech has gotten really political. One major executive has resigned from Mozilla because of his views on gay marriage, and a Dropbox board member is now under fire for her past. Is this the new reality?
Definitely a high tech, if not invasive, way to learn about your guests, NYC restaurant Eleven Madison Park uses Google to search for guests in order to learn about important dates, hometowns and interests.
On April 15, the first in a series of four lunar eclipses will occur, in which the moon will appear red. This event has taken place only three times in the past 500 years, NASA says, making it a highly rare phenomenon.