Al Pacino sat down with the Daily Beast to discuss his acting career, future plans, and legacy with his most-notable film roles.
PornHub has released some data on its avid audience, revealing how the site’s visitors watch porn and on what device, along with the type of porn they’re looking for.
The US Copyright Office has tackled the animal vs photographer copyright issue regarding the monkey-selfie taken by David Slater’s camera, and has come to a decision regarding to ownership.
Time Inc is introducing new procedures into its business models to cater for “advertiser friendly” content, and this has raised some concerns with readers and followers of the magazine after journalists were laid-off for not meeting requirements.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates takes on the ice-bucket challenge after being nominated by Mark Zuckerberg.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt responds to his Ice Bucket Challenge nomination in spectacular fashion.
We do love it when things that are not supposed to be there pop up in unexpected places. It just bring something exciting to the mundanity of everyday life. This cock-up will definitely give you a giggle…
Olivia Wilde has once again graced the cover of Glamour, but has also been photographed breastfeeding her baby boy, which has got the internet chatting.
Ashley Cole’s awkward photo with his new Roma teammates has spurred on a new internet meme: Lurking Ashley.
These German cat-breeding websites are the strangest and most amazing thing on the internet. Check them out here.
The crew at ArcAqua may have revolutionised the way in which food is cleaned and prepared thanks to their harnessing of Ozone technology.
South Africans will be some of the first to try out Instagram’s new “one-tap” messaging app, Bolt, before it’s released to the rest of the world.
What are the local and international sites that South Africans love to visit? Alexa ranks which web addresses Saffas spend their time on…
Here is an infographic illustrating some of the most memorable farewells in Game Of Thrones – and we all know there were all too many of those.
A website has been set up to list items Google has removed after the European Court of Justice ruled people could have articles about them deleted from Google.
At just shy of a year old, Prince George has already gotten his very own Vanity Fair cover, alongside his mom and dad, but who are they really?
Joan Rivers gets a bit sick and tired on a CNN anchor’s “negative” line of questioning, and storms out of the live TV interview.
Robin Thicke’s #AskThicke social media campaign backfired, leaving him open the some ridiculing from the Twitterverse.
The Associated Press has just added itself to the list of news organizations that will begin using robots to write stories.