Two North Korean agents visited a London hairdresser after he used a photo of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un to attract customers having a “bad hair day.”
Intel quarterly earnings show that the PC might not be dead.
In 2013, the 1040 instruction booklet to help file your taxes actually got shorter.
Amazon is finally close to unveiling the first of several own-brand smartphones.
Twitter has acquired Gnip.
The Galaxy S5, Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, costs about $256 to build.
Warning. A rising numbers of infants lack the motor skills needed to play with building blocks because of their addiction to iPads.
Yahoo Q1 earnings beat estimates.
Twitter has hired Google’s Daniel Graf to serve as its new VP of consumer product.
Google’s expansion in Manhattan means the city is turning into Silicon Valley East.
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