Today Google took steps to get all of its entertainment ducklings in a row. Google Play is the new umbrella that will cover the company's Apps, Movies, Music, and Books offerings. It'll cover both desktops and Android phones.
The Muppets made some wonderful parody trailers for their movie last year, but they've got at least one more up their sleeve.
If there's any debate as to why the NAPL—or National Auto Polo League—doesn't exist, these photos from the American Library of Congress will render it moot. I mean the Civil War probably resulted in less deaths and injury.
In what's looking more and more like LulzSec's Waterloo, six top-ranking members of the notorious hacking collective were arrested today. Here, in their entirety, are their full indictments. It's a fed's-eye view of the organisation that wreaked unfettered havoc for months last year.
Sabu, the most notorious hacker alive and de facto leader of LulzSec, has been captured by the FBI, and apparently turned against his hacker comrades. This is how the FBI caught him and made him sing.
We’ve already heard the BBC’s plans for 3D, which include just the opening and closing ceremonies; the men’s 100m final, and a highlights package at the end of each day. But screw 3D; you’ll be able to watch the Olympics in incredible Super Hi-Vision – that’s 16 times the level of detail of HD.
Who in their right mind would want to interact with babies? They're dumb, they leak, they smell (on account of the leakage), and for all that noise, babies can't even give you a hint as to what set them off. But the new Exmobaby sensor suit just might.
Light bulbs have always required more electricity than they need to produce light because the energy conversion process — changing electricity to light — was inefficient. But an MIT research team has just shown that an LED can actually give off more light than what it consumes in electricity.
We’ve heard a lot about Pinterest recently; it’s certainly a hot topic around the internets at the moment. Now the Daily Mail’s gotten involved, but has seemingly grabbed the wrong end of the stick, phoning the late Harold Pinter’s widow for a statement on the interesting website supposedly named after him.
50 unsuspecting kids in New Jersey, USA, recently received a breast cancer drug from their local pharmacy instead of the fluoride pills they asked for. The kids took tamoxifen for months before anyone noticed. Outrageous, right?