The 11 most moving magazine covers commemorating the 9/11 attacks

Today marks the 13th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001. These magazine covers capture the sadness, fear and resilience of that tragic day.

Feature September 11, 2014

Lethal League PC review: An anti-gravity, baseball fighting game

Lethal League is defined by developer and publisher Team Reptile as a "competitive projectile fighting game. What does that mean? A lot fun fun, that's what.

Feature September 11, 2014

Today is Internet Slowdown Day. Here's why there's a spotlight on net neutrality again

Some of the biggest websites have joined forces to support net neutrality on Internet Slowdown Day on Sept. 10. Why is the debate over net neutrality heating up again?

Feature September 10, 2014

Apple iPhone/Watch event leaves questions, disappointment in its wake. What would Steve Jobs say?

The much hyped product launch Tuesday was longer than most Apple events, and while innovations got applause and standing ovations, there is just as much talk now about what Apple didn't talk about. Like battery power, true Watch costs and of course the fashion.

Feature September 10, 2014

Apple Pay has arrived: Can it kickstart the mobile payment system?

Apple introduces Apple Pay, a newer, better and supposedly more secure way to pay for goods and services. Is the American public ready to give up its age-old credit cards?

Feature September 11, 2014

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus unleashed: Too little, too late?

Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are finally here. Are they enough for Apple to take over the innovation lead?

Feature September 13, 2014

With U2's new album launch, Apple makes 2014 feel like '1984'

During its product launch on Sept. 9, Apple revealed U2's new album would be given to every iTunes customer for free. But doesn't this move go against everything Apple believes in?

Feature September 10, 2014

Apple iPhone 6 event: 4 painfully awkward moments

Apple announced the iPhone 6 and its smartwatch at a big event in Cupertino today. It was a great presentation, but it wasn't without some truly awkward moments that were hard to watch.

Feature September 9, 2014

The Ray Rice video inspires women to explain '#WhyIStayed'

The graphic video of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was released on Sept. 8. It inspired many women to share their stories on Twitter of "#WhyIStayed" and "#WhyILeft" when they experienced domestic abuse.

Feature September 9, 2014

The disturbing way the NFL handled the Ray Rice debacle

Ray Rice has been cut from the roster of the Baltimore Ravens and indefinitely suspended by the NFL after video of him striking his wife unconscious in the elevator of an Atlantic City casino was made public.

Feature September 9, 2014

8 awesome Apple commercials in honor of its product launch

Apple's products have changed the world and so have its advertisements. In honor of its product launch event on Sept. 9, where the iPhone 6 is rumored to be revealed, take a look at the company's best commercials.

Feature September 9, 2014

Sega Dreamcast's 15th anniversary: Celebrate with 15 games that helped define the system

Today marks the 15th anniversary of Sega's last game console, the Dreamcast. To celebrate, we're highlighting 15 games that helped to define the console that was gone too soon.

Feature September 9, 2014

Doctor Who review: A report card on 'Robot of Sherwood'

Robin Hood is just a myth, right? Doctor Who tackled that question in the hilarious 'Robots of Sherwood.'

Feature September 8, 2014

The Streamy Awards 2014: What You Need To Know

The 4th annual Streamy Awards streams live on Sep. 9. Find out everything you need to know about the online video showcase.

Feature September 5, 2014

Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 4 with extras but no breakaway features

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is out. The new phablet has plenty of bells and whistles but critics think the improvements are incremental and Samsung faces a tough challenge when Apple debuts iPhone 6 on Sept. 9.

Feature September 3, 2014

The Sydney Morning Herald used Comic Sans on its front page, and the Internet went crazy

The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia's oldest newspaper, used Comic Sans on the front page of the Sept. 3 issue. Of course, this put the Internet in a frenzy over the use of the much-maligned typeface.

Feature September 4, 2014

iCloud? Find My iPhone? What should be blamed for nude celebrity photo leaks? Neither, says Apple

Apple confirms targeted iCloud accounts were compromised in nude celebrity photo leaks but denies its systems have been breached.

Feature September 4, 2014

7 ways the 'The Sims 4' shows the way we live now

"The Sims" is everybody's favorite real-life simulator. Here's how the fourth installment of the Electronic Arts game, released on Sept. 2, has evolved to eerily reflect how we live now.

Feature September 2, 2014

Doctor Who review: The Doctor and Clara journey 'Into the Dalek' (and it's not a metaphor)

It was Clara to the rescue in this week's episode of 'Doctor Who.' Here's our report card for 'Into the Dalek.'

Feature September 2, 2014

IFA 2014: Here's what you can expect

The biggest tech show in Europe - IFA 2014 - is set to begin in a few days from now. We take a look at what to expect from major players like Sony, Samsung, LG etc.

Feature September 1, 2014

What is Burning Man? Here's what you need to know about the desert's biggest party

The annual festival took over Nevada's Black Rock Desert from Aug. 25 to Sept. 1 this year and drew thousands of people. But how did Burning Man become the iconic gathering we know it as today?

Feature September 1, 2014

President Obama's tan suit caused a stir on Twitter

President Barack Obama discussed possible U.S. involvement in the Middle East during a press briefing on Aug. 28. However, all anyone could talk about was his tan suit.

Feature August 30, 2014

Why do we celebrate Labor Day? Here's what you need to know about the holiday

Labor Day comes on the first Monday every September. Most Americans know it as a day off from work, but why is this the case?

Feature August 29, 2014

Forza Horizon 2 demo set for Sept. 16: List of achievements released

Forza Horizon 2 is the next installment in the Forza franchise, and it is scheduled for release on Sept. 30. Before launch, potential players should look out for a demo come Sept. 16.

Feature August 29, 2014

5 takeaways from Andre 3000's New York Times interview

Andre 3000 talks about life away from music, his portrayal of Jimi Hendrix in the upcoming film, the disappointing Coachella performance, and many other topics.

Feature August 28, 2014

Which TV shows are the most popular on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit?

Facebook, Twitter and Reddit all have different functions, especially for TV fans. Which TV shows are the most popular on each social network and why?

Feature August 26, 2014

What you need to know about the Burger King-Tim Hortons deal

Burger King and Tim Hortons announced their merger, which will create the world's third largest fast food company. Here's what you need to know about the deal.

Feature August 26, 2014

Michael Brown profiled as 'no angel' in column by New York Times writer

New York Times' writer John Eligon penned a profile of Mike Brown in which he called the deceased 'no angel.'

Feature August 26, 2014

2014 Emmy Awards: The best and worst moments

The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards aired on Aug. 25 and honored the best TV of the year. There were many highs and lows during the night.

Feature August 26, 2014

Doctor Who: 'Deep Breath' report card

Discovering a new star of 'Doctor Who' is always a fun ride. Now that Peter Capaldi has debuted as the 12th Doctor, it's time for a report card.

Feature August 25, 2014

The enduring history of the passenger pigeon and why we’re still talking about it

It has almost been 100 years since the death of the last passenger pigeon. Here's everything you need to know about the passenger pigeon and what its extinction means for us today.

Feature August 25, 2014

Are these the winners of the 2014 Emmy Awards?

The awards prediction website Gold Derby has calculated the odds of all of the nominees to win at the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards. How accurate are the predictions?

Feature August 25, 2014

'Doctor Who': 5 episodes on Netflix you must watch before Season 8

There's no better time to jump onboard with 'Doctor Who' than when a new Doctor takes the reins. Here are five crucial episodes that you should watch on Netflix before the season premiere.

Feature August 22, 2014

'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For': What critics are saying

The reviews are in for 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,' and sadly, they're not great. Here's what critics think.

Feature August 22, 2014

Gap wants you to 'Dress Normal' in its fall marketing campaign. Here's why you shouldn't

The tagline of Gap's fall marketing campaign is "Dress Normal." But if the clothing chain wants to keep riding its recent wave of success, it's going to have to do better than that.

Feature August 22, 2014

'XCOM: The Board Game' is coming

The latest offering from the 'XCOM' franchise isn't another video game. It's an innovative board game.

Feature August 21, 2014

The movement to empower women online is strong, but will it work?, a website for women to participate in online conversation without the presence of men launched recently. This is the latest attempt to try to make a safe space for women online.

Feature August 22, 2014

Huge 'Star Wars: Episode VII' spoilers reveal main villain and juicy plot details

There are some honking big rumored spoilers in this article for 'Star Wars: Episode VII.' If true, they change the entire Star Wars universe forever.

Feature August 15, 2014

7 songs that defined youth culture through the decades

A recent Slate article discussed why we love music from our teenage years so much. To inspire your own nostalgia, here are the songs that defined youth culture from the 1950s to today.

Feature August 15, 2014

These new words added to Oxford Dictionaries are cray-cray adorbs

Oxford Dictionaries has posted its quarterly update of new words and phrases. There are dozens of additions, mostly taken from youth and Internet culture.

Feature August 14, 2014

Four reasons you should be watching WGN's 'Manhattan'

If you haven't watched WGN's 'Manhattan,' a dramatic television series based on the men and women responsible for the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos, New Mexico, you may want to tune in.

Feature August 14, 2014

6 things we learned from Edward Snowden's 'Wired' cover story

Edward Snowden is on the cover of 'Wired' magazine's September 2014 issue, which hits newsstands Aug. 26. Here are the six most intriguing parts of Snowden's interview with reporter James Bamford.

Feature August 13, 2014

Celebrities react to the news of Robin Williams' death

Robin Williams was found dead in his Tiburon, Calif. home on Monday, Aug. 11. Hollywood took to Twitter to celebrate the life of the beloved actor and comedian.

Feature August 12, 2014

Happy 'Shark Week!' Here are the 17 most famous sharks in pop culture

"Shark Week" kicks off Sunday, Aug. 10 on Discovery Channel. To get ready, here are the 17 funniest, scariest and downright weirdest sharks in pop culture history.

Feature August 10, 2014

Review: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History' is a comprehensive examination of the pop culture icons

Fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be blown away by the quality and exhaustive history of this 'Ultimate Visual History.' Insight Editions has knocked another one out of the park.

Feature August 9, 2014

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