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The two YouTube stars will be seen together in a commercial for Japanese carrier SoftBank.
The virtual reality incarnation of Rock Band will let you improvise your very own guitar solos.
It's the first time I've actually wanted one.
Through the lens of augmented reality, a new project hopes to change how we interact with the world.
I found a Photoshop battle on Reddit today that forced people to get creative using a picture of an airborne pouncing cat.
Optical drive makers settle a class-action lawsuit that accused them of conspiracy to inflate prices.
More than 100 million users tossed posts onto Facebook and Instagram during the Big Game.
The president will only need a hex key and more than 5.5 million screws to assemble this affordable border wall. Sounds pretty typical for Ikea furniture.
Each character gets a cassette mixtape in this throwback poster that's got fans hooked on a feeling.
The home rental site creates a webpage that lets people volunteer their homes to immigrants who've been affected by Trump's executive order.
Commentary: The rapper, whom the president describes as a friend, may have turned against him. A report suggests he's angry about the immigration order.
We get all judgy when it comes to Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton and, yeah, Lego Batman.
It'll apparently come out a month later than in LG's home country of South Korea.
Commentary: Airbnb declares it's without prejudice and launches "We accept" campaign. The implication is clear.
This year's matchup turned out to be just as stimulating as anything that can be watched online. And according to data from one major porn site, the fans seem to agree.
The beginning of the pop star's halftime show using Intel Shooting Star drones was pretaped because of FAA regulations and weather concerns.
The time-traveling hero has stopped aging and things look bleak as the show prepares to return after a 13-year hiatus.
The company's next phone is said to run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor and Android Nougat 7.1.2.
Several blogs reported that Apple was developing a new "Ultra Accessory Connector" (UAC) that's smaller than USB-C and Lightning, but Apple says it isn't new at all.
The Indian government shot down Apple's proposal the last time around, but it's reportedly not giving up.