Erik Franco @erikjfranco
Articles by Erik Franco
The show glosses over the unreliability of cell-tower data during a key moment in episode five.
You're "electronically present" in a vehicle when you knowingly text someone behind the wheel of a car in The Garden State, judges say.
What if studios could predict when the next Pluto Nash-level flop was imminent? According to a new study, they can.
Making various animals glow in the dark might look to be the work of mad scientists. But the fluorescence itself is only ancillary to the real research at hand, often used as a mere visual indicator of success.
Invisibility cloaks, synthetic skin, and Batman-esque grappling hooks were on display as the White House used social media to introduce the world to the weapons of the future.
A few die-hard fans of Vince Gilligan's critically lauded series just launched an amazing Web app for the show's final episodes.
The once-rare Sega CD game and its simulated eight-hour commute remained but a curious secret until 2005. Now it has helped raise over $1,000,000 for charity.
And the whole thing could've been easily avoided if Zimmerman's attorneys just simply limited incoming calls to the witness's contact list.
What do you do when you need space from one another? "You actually open the front door and you walk out."
The moving museum relic from 1800 BC confounded museum curators for months, but this time-lapse video solved the mystery.