Should people be permitted to spend hours upon hours sitting at coffee shop tables, using them as their work space, or should they be told to move on?
The free in-room safe provided by many hotels is only worth using if it’s actually safe. And as one guest found out, that’s not always the case.
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D is now available for the Nintendo 3DS system — but there’s more than the gameplay that’s scary. Players cannot delete their saved games. Here we suggest why this is.
Guest blogger Michael Banovsky writes the first official eulogy for modern furniture.
As Thanksgiving approaches, we take a look at the technology we’re most thankful to have in our lives, along with one or two we wish had never made it off the drawing board.
What a week its been for tech news. If you’re looking to kill a few minutes by reading up on what’s new and interesting, check out some of these stories found around the web.
While David Letterman says he doesn’t think this is a big deal, the iPhone 4 leak was obviously top of mind enough (or on the minds of his writers) to whip up a “Top Ten Excuses of the Guy Who Lost the iPhone Prototype” list. In case you missed it, here’s the video clip, thanks to CBS and Late Show with David Letterman.
A U.K. neuroscientist says that the use of Twitter, Facebook and video games is forcing children’s brains to go back to an “infant-like state”.