A pulsing bright blue light illuminating the sky across Queens, New York on Thursday night had everyone thinking one thing. Awestruck folks shared footage on Twitter of the strangely glimmering turquoise
Christmas pranks are notoriously, unabashedly corny. Every once in a while, however, a Christmas prank comes along that's so good it makes you forget that nearly all pranks are bad. I'm a particular fan
The banned Slack accounts are coming back. On Friday evening, Slack issued a mea culpa for what some were calling "discriminatory" account bans, made in an effort to comply with U.S. economic sanctions.
Have you ever played a game for hours or days, only to find a technique, weapon or option tucked away in a labyrinthine menu that radically changes how you play the game, or makes it instantly easier?
As of lunchtime Thursday, Capitol Hill was still in chaos over an impending government shutdown unless Trump abandons his demand for border wall funding. Meanwhile, Twitter users were still having fun
If you’ve ever visited Iran, Cuba, North Korea, Syria, or the Crimea region, you should probably check if your Slack account is still active. Early Thursday morning, Slack users began reporting the real-time