The popularity of dubstep and the fruit ninja app has spawned this finest of video projects: Fruit Ninja in Real Life to Dubstep.
Though frankly, I don't know how much fruit that guy consumes. Granted, maybe that's the reason he's the Fruit Ninja.
The video's broken 4 million views on YouTube, but we all know what was really trending on the day the world was supposed to end.
Athens, Georgia's own REM's It's The End Of The World, of course.
The coaches and artists on this season's edition of The Voice honored the victims of the Newtown school shootings with a moving performance of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah,' a performance approaching 4 million views in the two days since it was posted.
Chances are, if you're in a mall and someone conducting a survey asks you if you believe in the Mistletoe tradition, you're probably about to be presented with mistletoe.
Enjoy a fun viral holiday video that's already been enjoyed more than 13 million times.
Google's trying to make cars that can drive themselves. The SPCA, on the other hand, is teaching dogs to drive.
Pardon me if I don't write them a check the next time I see one of their commercials. They've obviously got enough money if they're using it to teach dogs to drive to make a commercial. Though it's really interesting, I'll give them that.
If you were ever a fan of the Megaman and Street Fighter video games, prepare for a new release in the series celebrating the 25th birthday of Megaman. For real.
Learn more at www.capcom-unity.com/mega_man, and visit the site on December 17 for your free game download for PC.
With the passing of Dave Brubeck on Wednesday, one of the greatest innovators in jazz history is gone.
Fortunately, there are decades of recordings, including this 1966 video of one of his best known hits, Take 5. Whether it's Take 5, Blue Rondo a la Turk, In Your Own Sweet Way and dozens of others, his use of non-traditional time signatures changed jazz forever and challenged all musicans that follow in his footsteps. If your collection is missing the legendary Time Out, you're missing something special.
Fans of The Big Bang Theory, Carly Rae Jepsen and Call Me Maybe will appreciate this.
Viewed more than 13 million times in the four days since November 15, the cast and crew of CBS' The Big Bang Theory did their own version of Call Me Maybe during the taping of an upcoming episode. They're actually pretty coordinated.
So if you were one of the many people out there desperate for a remake of a music video that didn't involve Gangnam Style, here's your video.
A woman caught on camera driving on a sidewalk to pass a Cleveland school bus that was unloading children stood in the cold Tuesday at an intersection holding a sign warning people about idiots.
A Cleveland Municipal Court judge ordered 32-year-old Shena Hardin to serve the highly public sentence for one hour Tuesday and Wednesday for the Sept.