A collection of f-bombs from Malcolm Tucker, Peter Capaldi’s character in the ’09 comedy “In The Loop.” Capaldi is taking over as the 12th regeneration of the Doctor in the SF series Doctor Who.
Amanda Palmer composed a song to the UK Tabloid Daily Mail after they focused on a wardrobe malfunction instead of her music.
Atlus PR handled some criticism of their new game like pros, admonishing their fans to dial it back after they went a bit rabid on the reviewer.
JCPenney isn’t doing any better now that Ron Johnson is out of the picture, it seems.
FileMaker is discontinuing its personal database software for OS X and iOS, Bento.
Nintendo’s Wii U sales numbers are horrible.
Alex Seropian, founder of Bungie Software, is back with a new venture called Industrial Toys, and he’s trying to reinvent the shooter genre for iPads.
Siri’s kind of an asshole if you make her your Dungeon Master.
Ben Bajarin sees a sea change in the way PCs are being sold.
The Boston Bruins weren’t taking any chances when Justin Bieber played the TD Garden this weekend.
More details about the “Grandma Drummer” have emerged.
Jim Metzendorf joins Rene Ritchie and Peter Cohen to talk about Logic Pro X, the new Mac Pro and U.S. carriers’ new upgrade plans.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. This elderly lady visits the Coalition Drum Shop La Crosse, WI, sits down behind a Gretsch Catalina Birch kit and proceeds to TEAR SHIT UP.
What happens when you want to get crosstown in Manhattan but only have a child’s toy? Will you go faster than the bus?
I hear people calling Apple products some really weird things, and now I’m sharing the list with you.
“Deep Thoughts with Jack Handey” is one of my all-time favorite Saturday Night Live skits. I can remember some of them by heart to this day. I’m ashamed to admit I didn’t know Jack Handey is a real person and … Continued
If you’re a parent, you may find this YouTube series hilarious.
French artist Philippe Pasqua has installed a life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton made of chrome by the banks of the river Seine in Paris.
Amar Bose, the 83 year old founder of audio company Bose Corp., has passed away.
There’s something you should know about that lawyer who is suing Apple for his Internet porn addiction.
Stairway to Heaven covers often suck, but not when you’ve got Ann Wilson on the mic, Nancy on guitar and John’s son Jason on drums.
Something to chew on from a master storyteller.
Uber is accused of hideously spiking prices on Torontonians recently stuck in bad weather, then backpedaling when they’re called out on social media.
NHL 14 is going to have a little surprise for old-school fans of the video game series.
Harry McCracken, ex-Editor in Chief of PCWorld, muses on IDG’s decision to kill the print magazine.
Samsung’s latest ad in Iceland makes me feel like I’m tripping balls.
Beefy the Bulldog handles summer like a boss.
Don Mattrick is leaving Microsoft for Zynga. Rob Fahey tries to take a measured look at why.
1Password’s spokesman David Chartier offers an official non-confirmation of the company’s iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks efforts.
Ben Bajarin has some thoughts on Mavericks after spending a week with the forthcoming OS X revision.