The new Virgin America website makes the flight-booking process more visual, simplifying it as much as possible.
Archives for June 2014
Scientists in the Netherlands have proven that quantum teleportation isn't just possible -- it can be a practical way of transporting data.
Keyboard Cat, Morgan Freeman's luxurious voice on helium and ducks stopping traffic are all part of this week's viral video recap.
June marks Pride Month. Stay tapped into the conversation by following these 10 well-known LGBT-rights activists on Twitter.
During the week, we consume words in snackable, tweetable bites. But on the weekends, we have the time to take a dive into the murkier, lengthier depths of the Internet and expand our attention spans beyond 140 characters. We can brew a cup of coffee...
Even the craftiest DIY divas don't have time to sit around all day fussing around with their mason jars and Mod Podge.
Lewis Katz, co-owner of 'The Philadelphia Inquirer,' was among seven people who died in a plane crash in Massachusetts, the newspaper's editor confirmed.
If you use an iPhone, iPad or Mac, Monday is the day everything changes. Apple will shake up its software platforms with iOS 8 and OS X 10.10.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the operation to rescue Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was quickly done without notifying Congress because Bergdahl's life was in danger.
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The gunman who opened fire and killed three people at a Jewish museum in Belgium last weekend has been arrested and identified as a 29-year-old Frenchman.
Three men have confessed to raping and then murdering two teenage girls in India last week, police said Sunday, according to a report.
The Kickstarter campaign to fund the relaunch of Upchartph.coming.org closed Friday after raising more than $100,000 -- more than three times its original goal.
Myspace is emailing users old photos of themselves in hopes of enticing them to return to the service.
Emmy-winning actress Ann B. Davis, who is best known for her role as housekeeper Alice Nelson in the "The Brady Bunch," died Sunday.
The NSA is collecting millions of photos from emails, texts, social networks and videoconferences for facial recognition purposes, according to documents.
A club in Vegas is using drones to deliver bottles, scientists will use UAVs to study hurricanes in the ocean and more in this week's Drone Beat.
Waste not, want not. This iPhone case harnesses leftover electromagnetic energy to power an LED notification system.
After almost two years of evading authorities, Pirate Bay file sharing site co-founder Peter Sunde was arrested in Sweden on Saturday. Sunde had been on the run after being sentenced to serve one year in prison for copyright violations back in 2009, ...
The EPA's climate regulations, if implemented, would amount to the most significant step the U.S. has ever taken to chartph.combat manmade global warming, and the biggest domestic clean air policy since at least 1990.
Sorry grads: There are no syllabi in the working world. Here are a few suggestions on developing self-sufficiency in your first post-grad job.
'Halt and Catch Fire' opens with an armadillo struck by a Ferrari. Those who can’t keep up with Joe MacMillan had better get out of his way.