Following in Amazon's footsteps, the network is launching a Web site where the public can submit pitches for future comedy shows. The best will be filmed as pilot episodes for possible future series.
The modern dictator needs only to become a client-state to Russia or China (or to be Russia or China), and there is nothing he can't get away with. We members of open societies have the power to change that. All we need is the resolve.
Here are all of the arguments against Edward Snowden. This is why they are wrong.
Charlie Harry Francis, owner of UK-based Lick Me I'm Delicious, has created many unusual frozen treats, but this is the first that uses synthesized jellyfish proteins to produce a unique glow. Unfortunately, the stuff's not cheap.
The English town of Milton Keynes plans to replace its current public transportation system with 100 electric pods that customers can call and pay for using a smartphone.
As Adobe recovers from a security breach involving information from 38 million active users, a security researcher has identified the most common passwords employed. At the top of the list: "123456."
Members and supporters of the hacktivist group are participating in Million Mask March protests around the world today (Nov. 5) to "defend humanity" from unjust corporations and governments.
Tesco plans to install the technology at its 450 gas stations so that it can deliver customized ads -- based on age and gender -- on a nearby screen. Not surprisingly, privacy advocates are concerned.
Following on other restrictions designed to "clean up" airwaves, officials have announced that, among other rules, infomercials can only air for a maximum of three minutes per hour, and breast firming products can't be advertised at all.
From Aeroflot to McDonald's and many other businesses in between, a new wave of service training aims to change the country's famously infamous treatment of customers.
It's the first European country to allow parents to specify "X," giving them time to decide whether to have their child undergo sex-reassignment surgery. Some say the new law doesn't go far enough to address issues faced by intersex adults.
Starpath, a material currently being prototyped in a British park, absorbs UV rays during the day and releases them at night, creating a visible glow.
Several marketing campaigns launched over the last few months are designed to help young working men unplug, ideally with a beer. One of them is an app that offers a reward for leaving their phones alone.
Next month, the first of nine episodes of "Sheriff Callie's Wild West" will air exclusively on the Watch Disney Junior app and a related Web site. It's a blatant attempt to grab the growing audience of tablet-using kids ages 2-7.
Vancouver is now home to a machine that accepts and dispenses only cash and Bitcoin account data. The goal, say its owners, is to make the virtual currency easier to buy and sell.