Every April Fools' Day, tech-savvy pranksters jam up the Web with a range of gags and jokes. We survey some of the best online April Fools' pranks, from upside-down You Tube videos to the promise of real, live Facebook pokes.
Robert Bunsen honored with an animated Google Doodle. But who was Mr. Bunsen?
Mass Effect 2: Arrival is the last installment in the Mass Effect 2 saga.
The New York Times paywall goes into effect this afternoon. But some critics think the Times is making a big mistake.
iPad 2: While the disaster in Japan may cause delays in production, the iPad 2 was rolled out overseas, Friday to much fanfare. Will Apple be able to meet the demand?
Today's Harry Houdini logo is the first to appear after Google received a very interesting patent. The "Google doodle" – which shall forever after be known as the 'System and Method For Enticing Users To A Web Site' – has been approved by the US patent office.
Steve Jobs will be asked to testify under oath in an upcoming antitrust case. The Apple CEO is currently on medical leave, but the judge says he wants to hear from Steve Jobs himself.
Mouthwash. Rice. A handful of quarters. What do these household items have in common? They constitute the perfect emergency-repair kit for gadgets. When device disasters strike and warranties turn their backs on you, it's time to get in touch with your inner MacGyver. So, here are eight low-tech solutions to high-tech disasters.
BlackBerry PlayBook goes on sale next month, a year after the original iPad. So, is the BlackBerry tablet worth the wait?