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The popular video social platform Vine has finally made its way into Google Play. Now Android users will be able to explore the inexplicably trendy world of six second video.
Grumpy Cat will star in Garfield-inspired family comedy Hollywood film.
We love our cats, don't we? So much so that we'd even make versions of that Atari classic for them.
Ready to collect your diploma? Then it's time for these GIFs—because we don't really do inspirational advice.
We learned this week that you can manage your business's online reputation without going completely overboard.
Lil Bub has parlayed her cute kitten face into feature films, books, and a Web TV deal.
The Internet this week turned Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey into an auto-tuned joke, while The Onion reacted to its Twitter hacking in typical Onion fashion.
A film about the Internet cat phenomenon won big the Tribeca Film Festival's online competition as chosen by anonymous people on the Internet. Not a big surprise.
Tumblr is where memes are made, where cats and animated GIFs rule supreme. It's also where all the cool Internet kids hang out these days, so naturally the White House had to get in on the Tumbling action.
Nothing derails a thread quite like a bad meme, a random nude picture, or one guy calling another out for a duel of words and internet-ego. No matter what the original thread was about, one errant post can send it all crashing to the edge of oblivion (if the mods are doing their job).
Here's a peek at some of the most unusual visions from the world of online 'Game of Thrones' fan fiction.
Believe it or not, t’s been 40 years since the first ever cell phone call, so go and call a loved one then be sure to come back to read your mid-week GeekBytes update. Today's installment features a mechanical Etch-A-Sketch, emoticons and a lot of sticky notes.
On April Fools' Day search-giant Google 'revealed' a new all-blue look for Gmail. Now, the prank is a reality by way of a swiftly developed Chrome extension.
Every April 1, the Web explodes with nonsense. Here is a rundown of many of 2013's most creative pranks.
A hoodie you'll have longer than your car, the Internet writes yet another Twilight spoof, and Facebook slacktivism at its finest.