Rogue taxidermists have been creating bizarre chimeras since before the jackalope hopped onto barroom walls in the western U.S., long before the digital age. Online vintage and craft shop Etsy has given artists a new outlet to sell their twisted creations, lifelike abominations, and impossible creatures.
Clifford LaBrecque bagged this stunning bigfoot specimen outside Des Moines in the summer of ’77 … or not.
Winning a minor victory in its patent battle with Apple, Samsung entered the weekend with its Galaxy Nexus cleared for sale — at least temporarily.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have lifted a nearly month long blockade of HTC’s two newest smartphones, the One X and the Evo 4G LTE. The two new phones are on the way to retailers.
Square Enix is offering deep discounts on both of its PlayStation Vita games next week in Japan, reducing the prices of Army Corps of Hell and Lord of Apocalypse by 2000 yen (approximately $ 25) each.
Several years ago I happened upon the mother of all book sales in the Northeast: The Five Colleges Book Sale in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
The third iteration of the iPad went on sale Friday morning in the US, greeted by the usual thongs of early adopters. Yet this time it also attracted protesters who have been campaigning for Apple to improve working conditions for the people who actually assemble the company’s iconic mobile devices.
Oh, good. Just in time for this evening?s nightmares: A gigantic, incredibly powerful robot is finally available for purchase. While supplies last.