Satanic Temple supporters have restored their holiday display at the Florida capitol, a day after it was vandalized.
Police in Manchester, England, want residents to stop calling their emergency line for problems that are decidedly not emergencies.
Decades before Wii Fit, Atari tried to turn exercise into a game with Puffer, the great exer-gaming bike that never was. The project was scraped when the industry crashed.
On Monday, Pope Francis addressed the Vatican’s governing leadership -- better known as the Roman Curia -- for his yearly Christmas greeting with a very noticeably un-festive tone.
Minecraft is a video game where players can use a litany of materials to build anything they want. Its creator, Markus “Notch” Persson, just purchased an enormous mansion for $70 million after becoming very, very rich thanks to Microsoft’s acquisition of his company.
Every year at around this time, the pope and the Curia meet for an exchange of Christmas greetings. He had some strong words this year.
Markus “Notch” Persson paid $70 million for the 23,000 square foot spec mansion, which has 15 bathrooms, eight bedrooms and an automated 54-foot curved glass door that opens onto an infinity pool with iPad-controlled fountains.
The phrase has become a rallying cry in recent weeks. Catherine Crump filed her application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office over the weekend.
Tom BetGeorge has a hit on his hands with a choreographed light display set to “Star Wars” music. He says he’s surprised his video has “blown up.” Really?
The journalist wasn’t drunk.