First it was a robotics company, then it was Nest. Now, it's been announced that Google is purchasing an artificial intelligence company. So basically Google is becoming Cyberdyne, Inc. (that's a Terminator reference, you Philistine).
Filmmaker Craig Johnson's mom watched Lars Von Trier's Nymphomaniac and she gave her review. Highlight of her analysis: "..I thought the montage of all the different male genitalia was totally unnecessary."
Third Marlboro Man died of, you guessed it, lung cancer. h
Today's edition of "that's seriously messed up": employee at a former Nazi concentration camp museum was caught using the camp's equipment to produce anti-Semitic propaganda.
Scarlett Johansson embroiled in a controversy because she's a brand ambassador for Soda Stream, an Israeli company that has a factory in the West Bank.
In a move that could put dumpster divers out of business, Trader Joe's former president is launching a grocery store that sells expired food.
"Is that what I think it is?" Well, if you're thinking a tired movie trope, then yes, it is.
Enthralling photographs from the Kiev riots.
New York City's fire department thinks it can predict where fires are going to happen by using metadata.
This article takes a shot at Upworthy-style clickbait headlines (as one should, since Upworthy is the Devil's spawn) by renaming the titles of great novels using that format.
Fidel Martinez is an editor at Fusion.net. He's also a Texas native and a lifelong El Tri fan.