How many times have you clicked "Agree" to the thousands upon thousands of words in iTunes terms of service agreements after just a few seconds? Twenty times? Fifty? Man—that is some world class speed-reading.
The new iPhones have just hit the streets, and you know what that means: A million reviews comparing the Cupertino fruit stand's newest smartphone to its toughest competition. Don't waste your time. The Onion's hilarious comparison is the only one you need to read.
With headlines like "Police Officer Doesn't See a Difference Between Black, Light-Skinned Black Suspects" and "Neither Pickup Basketball Team Has Scored In Over 2 Hours," it can be confusing for some (OK, your Aunt Debby) to interpret the satirical headlines from The Onion.
The FuelBand is dead but who cares, really. Because who needs a fitness tracker that tells you how much you already ran? Now, thanks to The Onion, we have Nike's new +Runlogic, which can tell you exactly what you're running to escape.
Bookworms who've balked at upgrading to an e-reader have a long list of reasons why they won't give up their paper copies. But there's only one real reason why anyone would carry around a book anymore: It lets them show off what they're reading in public. And as The Onion reveals, that's what led Amazon to create a…
The Talbott family has suffered a tragic loss. Everything the family had saved for years, all of it disappeared in an instant. Now as The Onion reports, they set to the task of rebuilding their lives after the huge setback of a crashed DVR.
Netflix is great for discovering new movies and TV shows. You just keep scrolling and scrolling, browsing away but never watching anything. Good news! Now you can do as much aimless browsing as you want, and save money, with Netflix's $5 a month "browse endlessly" plan, as The Onion reports.
The Xbox One boasts a lengthy feature list that Microsoft hopes will entice gamers over to its side of the console war for the next few years. But as The Onion points out, none are as impressive as the next-gen console's innovative voice commands that make it easier than ever for the hardware to control its users.
The Onion is ceasing publication of its print edition. It was only distributing the actual paper in Chicago, Providence, and Milwaukee, and those cities will see their last version of the Onion on December 12. Don't worry! You can still get all the fake news you need online, which is the only place you were looking…
From the Onion: "Facebook: ‘We Will Make Our Product Worse, You Will Be Upset, And Then You Will Live With It’" Is it even satire if everyone's pretty sure that someone at Menlo Park actually said that at some point?
There's nothing the new Samsung Apex can't do. The smartphone lets you check your email, stream video, and it even sucks your dick. Seriously, smartphones these days are just full-service products. The Onion's take on smartphone market one-upsmanship obviously takes things to an unhinged level. But at least Samsung…
It was tough to tell for sure if The Onion really had been hacked earlier this week or if it was all just a joke—but now it's explained exactly how its Twitter account was compromised by the Syrian Electronic Army.
Well it looks like The Onion's Twitter feed got hacked today by the Syrian Electronic Army, although the only dead give-away when a satirical site like that gets hacked is that their fake news stop being funny. Sounds like it's finally time for Twitter to start using that two-factor authentication system.
With some characteristically sharp little jabs, The Onion makes it clear exactly how much all your online friends are worth with this great clip. And still, I have to admit I'm a little jealous of Wasserman's follower count. I mean, damn.
Apple is really targeting a niche market with its newest device—an iPhone geared toward college girls that comes with an already shattered screen. I mean, they're going to crack it at some point, so why not just get it out of the way?
Your favorite apps are there to cater to your every whim. At least until it's time to cater to the whims of a monolith that wants to know your personal details, and is willing to pay top dollar for them. Here's what you really mean to the photo sharing services—and basically everything else—of the world, compliments…