The Jim Carrey website is full of surprises and odd imagery – from giant squid to giant, blinking eyes. It's an experience that may make some squeamish.
Bert and Ernie give a big smile for the Google Sesame Street logo today. This trend may run until Nov. 10, the TV show's birthday.
Market research firm IDC says Nokia leads the pack in worldwide smartphone sales. But BlackBerry isn't far behind.
Verizon is touting its Droid phone as an Apple killer. But one blogger says that a cheaper iPhone is close to release – and it could run roughshod over the big Droid launch.
On Friday, Verizon will unveil the Motorola Droid. But a day before the official release, many eyes are on the smaller, lower priced Verizon Droid Eris, which is manufactured by the Taiwan company HTC.
Days ahead of the official release of the Motorola Droid, Verizon has rolled out a slick new TV advertisement touting the Droid's next-generation capabilities.
Verizon says the Motorola Droid smartphone can be used as a portable modem. The cost? About $30 per month.
With Google Dashboard, users can access all of the data Google has stored about their account, all in one place – and this is a good thing?
Google pushes aside Sesame Street in the UK to make room for a Wallace and Gromit grand day out.
The new round of Microsoft layoffs pushes the company beyond the 5,000 jobs cuts it promised by summer 2010.
Big Bird, Sesame Street, and Google? Why not? The yellow star lent his legs to the site's homepage today, to mark the show's 40th birthday.
For Big Bird's birthday, we picked 11 of our favorite clips from Sesame Street's 40-year run.
A svelte new charging pad called the Duracell MyGrid eliminates cords. For a relatively hefty price.
Forget that aging Previa parked in the garage. The Honda Skydeck concept car promises to make the minivan cool again.
Spring Design alleges that Barnes and Noble stole proprietary dual-screen technology for its Nook e-reader.
Analysts call sales of the first Chinese edition of the Apple iPhone 'disappointing.'
A New York City start-up has released the TwitterPeek, the world's first Twitter-only device. But the Peek won't do much that a good smart-phone doesn't already do.
Weezer Snuggie – it's so wrong it's right.