A paean to pattern recognition and twitch gaming.
Unless you have looked up pictures of other space monkeys.
Twitter's new "long photo" app goes x-rated.
The return of the Long Photo.
Sales of Macs down 18 per cent, iPad sales up nearly 50 per cent, iPhone sales up 30 per cent.
Who wants to search for "single women who live nearby and who are interested in men and like Getting Drunk"?
If you're trying to end gender discrimination, then end gender discrimination.
Domestic cats are furry murderers, argues a New Zealand businessman who is spearheading a campaign to get his fellow Kiwis to give them up.
Featuring a cameo from Mail Online.
The White House for kids who can't read good.
A welcome embrace of the European tradition.
Not too arduous a position…
Commercial partnership will deliver the new module.
Hard to find and with a streak of weirdness.
It's the perennial internet question. What would you rather fight: a horse-sized duck, or one-hundred duck-sized horses? So we took it seriously. Maybe too seriously. Warning: biology ahead.
Hasbro has announced a vote to drop a piece from the standard monopoly set. But it's not as immutable as you may remember.
Do we celebrate a corporate dinner, or opening to the public?
"The last thing he got to do that gave him pleasure was watch the new Star Trek movie."
The mayfly life of a 2010s start-up.
A glimpse into national psyches.
A love story about a male escort, told with dogs. What's not to like?
"Damaging mythology re: raptors"
Despite legal language used, "we do not have plans for this" says Kevin Systrom.
Via basically everyone, this video is unbelievable. A golden eagle tries – and fails, thank god – to fly away with somebody's baby:
You are not the customer, you are the product.
Definitely some strivers, that's for sure.
Google's dodging taxes. But its worst crime is messing around with search results.
You could be in for a nasty surprise tomorrow.