This week's comic haul is a grab bag of weirdness. We have a spaceships-and-girl-groups book from two of indie comics' titans, the return of Canada's premier superheroes, and a veritable smorgasbord of graphic novels.
A two year old girl somehow crawled into one of those claw machines you often see in arcades—you know, with stuffed toys which you try and pick up with a claw—and had to be rescued by the fire-department.
Indian newspaper The Economic Times is reporting that Nokia's market share is in free fall in India. According to research firm IDC, they have lost almost 20%. This is very bad news for Nokia, who is disputing IDC's data.
Robert Ziegler was doing what most people would do, driving his car and following the instructions of his GPS. The only problem? His GPS led him to a road where he couldn't get out.
After Sony's warning, the PlayStation Network seems to be back online and fully operational, according to reader Larry Gallant. Updated
There is great clusterfuckassery going on right now on the PlayStation Network, affecting fat PS3s. Sony is working on it and they hope to "resolve the problem within the next 24 hours." Updated
A tipster told us that the talks between Virgin Mobile and SK Telecom/Helio are going nowhere, with Virgin backing out unless there's some sort of bankruptcy declaration or huge liquidation. Our tipster says that Helio's corporate stores and kiosks will be closing very soon, which is backed up by similar info from …
According to a just-released Air Combat Command report, 30 of the F-22A Raptors delivered by Lockheed Martin use "inadequate adhesive" in their airframes. That means two things in plain language: bad glue; and big trouble.
If you are, you're probably familiar with the image above. You've probably seen it about 100 times while pawing hungrily at your $650 paperweight while waiting for that activation email from iTunes/AT&T. It's not your fault, it's AT&T/T-Mobile/Sprint/Verizon's. Join the club. Post your grief in the comments and we'll…