How did you spend you Friday night? Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk spent his answering questions about paying back the government and musing about the next kind of electric vehicle he might like to make.
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More proof that the cameras are everywhere. The frightening collapse of a bridge in Washington State on the busy Interstate 5 was actually caught by a surveillance camera.
There's perhaps nothing harder than changing the public perception of a brand once it's been imprinted in popular culture's psyche.
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Will Smith and son Jaden recently made an appearance on the BBC's Graham Norton Show.
Doctors at UCLA Health in Southern California documented a brain surgery on Thursday by using Instagram and Vine, showing yet another ground-breaking use of social media in the hospital setting.
An Apple I computer, the low-powered PC that started it all for the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, co-founder Steve Wozniak and the then very new Apple Computers, is up for grabs on May 25.
Nearly two years after pop band Hanson announced it would be introducing a beer line, Mmmhops is almost ready for its debut.
As the world's first 3D-printed handgun starts to be replicated, authorities are scrambling to react to a technological advancement that only a few weeks ago sounded more like science fiction than fact.
The Syrian Electronic Army claimed credit for hacking one of British television network ITV's Twitter accounts Friday.