Apr 3, 2012 1:46PM ET
Discovered in green: Buying less stuff won't make everything all better, what Fukushima did to the ocean and its fish, fertilizers are doing nasty things to our air and sparrows have changed their tune for noisy cities.
Apr 3, 2012 12:37PM ET
The super-duper popular iPhone app Instagram, which adds filters to regular pictures, making them look retro and ready for sharing, has finally made it to Android phones.
Apr 3, 2012 11:34AM ET
Taking advantage of all the social transparency Facebook has created, one app puts all of our energy usage out there for our friends to see, hoping competition and peer pressure will encourage better habits.
Apr 3, 2012 9:50AM ET
The makers of the iBrain, a machine used to collect sleep data, have loftier plans for the EEG recording tool: mind reading.
Apr 2, 2012 2:00PM ET
A new class action lawsuit alleges that BP avoided hiring Asian-American fishermen to help with cleanup efforts in the wake of the Gulf oil spill, bringing fresh attention to the difficulties the Asian-American community faced in the aftermath of the disaster.
Apr 2, 2012 1:54PM ET
Discovered: Eating McDonald's will make you very sad, preventing cancer is easy, the Earth's clock is all wrong, and picky women help a species survival.
Apr 2, 2012 12:47PM ET
Discovered in green: The ocean is getting warmer, the coral reef might be okay, actually, probably not, and stop fishing so much.
Apr 2, 2012 11:37AM ET
In our individuality obsessed culture, the only way to make one's iPhone hipper than the rest is to spend lots of money customizing the device.
Apr 2, 2012 9:44AM ET
The idea that goofball Ashton Kutcher will play visionary Steve Jobs in an upcoming film sounded so ludicrous that when Variety made the announcement yesterday, the Internet cautioned that it could be an April Fools joke.
Apr 1, 2012 11:00AM ET
From YouTube on DVD to Google Nigeria to Charlize Theron's leaked sex tape, we gather the best of today's April Fool's pranks online.
Mar 31, 2012 12:01PM ET
A British teen hacker is back in jail for contacting LulzSec leader-turned-informant Sabu, but so far Anonymous has yet to "kill the Internet" in retaliation.
Mar 30, 2012 4:19PM ET
"The Atlantic's Facebook Timeline" [Facebook]
Mar 30, 2012 2:38PM ET
Following its failure to separate its DVD and streaming businesses with its loud and unpopular Qwikster rebranding effort, Netflix has taken subtler tactics to segregate its two types of customers: buying up the domain DVD.com.
Mar 30, 2012 2:25PM ET
The two leaders of the research team at CERN that published a study that showed neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light have resigned a month after an experiment contradicted their results, but they're quick to note that their departure and the research aren't related.
Mar 30, 2012 1:20PM ET
Discovered: An artificial skin that could make robots feel, babies are not as rational as we thought, good news for nerds: smart people finish first, and a molecule for weight loss.
Mar 30, 2012 9:35AM ET
Google's hardware expansion plans into tablet world, like its social expansion plans into Facebook world, will probably fail.
Mar 30, 2012 5:34AM ET
The fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by Pasadena police last weekend shares uncomfortable similarities with the Trayvon Martin case, but there are complications that blur the line over who to blame.
Mar 29, 2012 4:31PM ET
As a result of the independent Fair Labor Association audit of Foxconn factories, workers will no longer work those notorious 12 hour shifts, according to the just released report.
Mar 29, 2012 3:36PM ET
Discovered: The first image of one billion stars, a new high for Autism diagnoses, some fishing advice and Lucy's cousins.
Mar 29, 2012 2:15PM ET
Last month's debate comparing the iPhone to the Chipotle burrito has resurfaced, this time with GigaOm's Om Malik taking a crack at comparing the two popular hand-helds.
Mar 29, 2012 2:09PM ET
If you look closely, among the shopping and fashion pins, Pinterest has lots and lots of porn -- it is an Internet site, after all.
Mar 29, 2012 12:59PM ET
Google is rolling out a new product, “Google Consumer Surveys,” that lets publishers monetize content through “microsurveys” created by companies that want to carry out inexpensive market research.
Mar 29, 2012 11:24AM ET
It's not out of the kindness of its own heart that music streaming service Spotify has opted not to follow through on its threat to kick off all its freeloaders.
Mar 29, 2012 9:17AM ET
While Mark Zuckerberg's using his China trip for touristy things with girlfriend Priscilla Chan, Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken his China trip to do some Foxconn related PR-cleanup.
Mar 28, 2012 5:31PM ET
Following its predicted path as the MTV of the Internet, YouTube has started something called The Next Vlogger initiative, which sounds a lot like MTV's Wanna Be a VJ contests.
Mar 28, 2012 3:26PM ET
Not wanting to take full responsibility for the worker abuses happening in his own country, Chinese senior politician Li Keqiang suggested to Apple CEO Tim Cook he thinks the iMaker should be the one to do the fixing.
Mar 28, 2012 2:40PM ET
Discovered: Sitting all day will kill you, should we be eating placenta?, a coral-reef herpes outbreak, and a resistant form of breast cancer.
Mar 28, 2012 1:18PM ET
Smartphones generally get all the tech press attention, but this week dumbphones and their loyal owners have popped up in two trend stories.
Mar 28, 2012 12:52PM ET
The incredible $1,000-a-day windfall one man named "Steve" claimed to make by spamming Pinterest users turned out to be just that -- not very credible.
Mar 28, 2012 12:18PM ET
Twitter has finally acknowledged a long-suspected bug that makes users automatically unfollow accounts for no apparent reason, and now that it's working on a fix, many would rather keep the bug to cover the awkwardness of manually unfollowing people.