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Thanksgiving is a time of giving thanks. But this is the Internet.
No, Drake isn’t dead, don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.
Back when “software” usually meant a floppy disk, one publication published a guide to “computerbabble”
British filmmaker Charlie Lyne made a 14-hour movie of white paint drying on a wall, and he’s hoping that the British Board of Film Classification will have to watch every second of it.
Facebook is testing a big, friendly banner that tells you when your closest friends have birthdays.
In the wake of the Paris attacks, a video emerged promising that Anonymous, an online collective of hacktivists, would go to war against the Islamic State’s notoriously large online presence.
Microsoft has developed an online tool that can guess your emotions.
Reddit’s Ask me Anything doesn’t always turn out so well.
The saga of a series of “monkey selfies” snapped four years ago in the Indonesian wilderness using a camera borrowed from a nature photographer seems to never end.
Before starting the business of his historic visit to the U.S., the pontiff received an enthusiastic greeting.